Best Export settings animation to H264

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Mar 30, 2022 Mar 30, 2022

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I am trying to export an animation project created in Adobe After Effects.
Composition settings: 1920x1080, black and white, 24fps.

The project contains "camera" movement across and along multiple 2d layers.

I need to provide the project in the highest quality possible for a museum projection. Nevertheless they require H264 format.

For exporting my file, I am having a few quesions:

1) What sould be the recommended workflow in order to keep maximum image and movement quality?

So far I've considered first rendering to TIFF sequence from AE, and re-rendering it later through Media Encoder.

 

2) What would be the recommended settings for H264 (Bitrate, fps, ect.) in Adobe media encoder ?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 30, 2022 Mar 30, 2022
1) the best quality export would be QuickTime ProRes444: 2) For H.264 the default/first preset: Match Source - High bitrate should be a good start

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1) the best quality export would be QuickTime ProRes444:

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2) For H.264 the default/first preset: Match Source - High bitrate should be a good start

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Thank you very much for your fast answer!

Is there a chance to add the subtitles as a second step, through adobe media encoder?

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