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Rendering Audio with a mostly still image.

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I'm trying to render an audio file that can be posted on video platforms. I have a little 10 second animation upfront that goes to a still image for the duration of the 90 minute concert recording. The audio file is only like 100 Mb. But when I render out with the image (that is stagnant for all but the first 10 seconds) the file becomes a massive 2 GB file. Is there a trick to making this much more econonomical size-wise?

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Rendering Audio with a mostly still image.

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I'm trying to render an audio file that can be posted on video platforms. I have a little 10 second animation upfront that goes to a still image for the duration of the 90 minute concert recording. The audio file is only like 100 Mb. But when I render out with the image (that is stagnant for all but the first 10 seconds) the file becomes a massive 2 GB file. Is there a trick to making this much more econonomical size-wise?

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It sounds like you just used the default Lossless preset in the Output Module of the Render Cue. You need to be using the Adobe Media Encoder to render the files for delivery to the public. Please spend some time with the User Guide so you have a basic understanding of video formats and standards. There is a section on rendering.

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Hey Rick - Thanks. I'm using the AME w/a low bitrate setting. Target 3 Max 6. Image size is only 960x720.

Audio is a 44.1k MP3 about 100Mb. When I render at these settings it greates a 2GB file.

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Try using one of the presets that matches your frame size for H.264

 

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