whats the differnce between Match - source medium bitrate render and youtube 1080p render

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whats the differnce between Match - source medium bitrate render and youtube 1080p render

is there any differnce in video quality or any losses because i find "Match - source medium bitrate"

render lesser in size but no co,promise in quality

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Jan 23, 2021 Jan 23, 2021

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Hi Rajath5FE3,

 

Basically the bitrate. When you toggle back and forth between "Source Medium Bitrate" and "YouTube 1080p," take a look to see what the bitrate is set to. That correlates to the exported video's file size. While the bitrate and file sizes are different, the naked eye probably won't notice much of a difference, if any.

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hi brandon

 

thanks for ur reply, which one do you see is more effecient one

which one is better to upload these videos in social media and other apps like youtube?

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Well, "better" is a tricky term. Generally higher the bitrate = higher quality. But lower bitrate = smaller file size. It's really finding the best compromise between these two. Personally, I tend to push up the bitrate a little higher because most online platforms will do some additional transcoding on their side. A good starting point is checking the platform that you're uploading to and looking to see their recommendations.

 

For example, here is YouTube's guidelines and Vimeo's guidelines, which are pretty similar: 

 

https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1722171?hl=en#zippy=%2Ccontainer-mp%2Caudio-codec-aac-lc%2...

 

https://vimeo.com/help/compression

 

Hope this helps clarify up some of this stuff!

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