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Set Premiere Elements 2019 Export to match encoding of the source video

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Mar 14, 2021 Mar 14, 2021

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Trying to see if there are options to speed up the export while maintaing my source video's quality.
At present, I am recording a live stream output in OBS Studio. That recording is then cut/edited in Premiere Elements for broadcast on a local public access channel. The editing is limited to cutting a larger 1 hour, 30 minute MP4 file down to the 30 minutes required by the format and adding overlays. Currently, exporting the 1080p video takes about the 20 to 30 minutes (same as the runtime) but trying to see if there are ways to speed that up in the export settings.
Is there an option in the export profile to the affect of "Match source video file properties"? Thinking along the lines of trying to reduce the re-encoding for potions of the video file that are otherwise not modified.

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Your output time is about normal.   The "match source" makes the output quality similar to the input.  No mater what the output settings, video encoding goes frame by frame and takes time.   Some software and some computers can speed it up with brute hardware strength, but not with settings.  

 

All video editing software does the re-encoding process because it is assumed that titles, transitions, music and more will be added.   

 

Although I've never used it, a program called "TMPGEnc MPEG Smart Renderer 6" claims that it does not encode and only cuts out what you want to discard and is therefore faster.   Again, I don't know if it works or not because like most, I need to actually "edit" rather than simply "cut". 

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