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Lossless compression codecs other than Apple Pro Res that can be imported

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Apr 20, 2020

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I am using "Premiere Elements 2019 for Mac"


I want to know
Lossless compression codec that can be imported
Other than Apple Pro Res


I am not good at English
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Lossless compression codecs other than Apple Pro Res that can be imported

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I am using "Premiere Elements 2019 for Mac"


I want to know
Lossless compression codec that can be imported
Other than Apple Pro Res


I am not good at English
I'm sorry if it's funny English


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Premiere Elements can edit uncompressed AVIs -- but I would not recommend it.

Premiere Elements is designed to edit consumer video including video from camcorders and phones. It is not designed to edit professional and high-end video formats.

 

If you're going to work with uncompressed video, I highly recommend you upgrade to Premiere Pro CC.

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Prores is not uncompressed. Its visual lossless codec as is Cineform.

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Elements used to import Cineform also

But Adobe stripped that feature too.

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Several versions back, Bill Hunt, who was as a regular contributor here, mentioned Lagarith.  I tried it as an experiment and it worked with whatever version was current then.  Even though it worked, it was useless.  File sizes were huge and there was not a useful improvement over H.264 in picture quality.   I don't remember what Bill taught me to do to make it work.  Try it and see!

 

https://lags.leetcode.net/codec.html

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Lagarith is windows only as is Huffyuf.

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Community Beginner ,
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Hello everyone.

Unfortunately, I was not satisfied with the H.264 image quality.
Premiere Elements for Mac does not support Quicktime.
Therefore, it seems that the plan I want cannot be used.

I have to consider.
It is the purchase of Premiere Pro or another company's application.
Or buy more hard disks.

Thank you for your reply

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If you are unhappy about H.264 a lossless codec wont help.

You need to start at the source: better camera.

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There could be several other reasons for poor image quality. Could you please share those specs such as media you are working with and their spec, project settings you are using and export preset you are using. Also, have you given Advanced option presets a try. Take one matching preset and increase the target bit rate and see if the quality of exported media is better or not.

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Reply Thank you so much.

The advice of those who have commented here before me has solved the problem.

From Export Share > Custom
I used MP4_H264_64Mbps_CBS and got a clean output.

SMPLE01_H264_64M_CBR.jpg
Here's a screenshot of the after.


For your reference, the specs of this time (when I wasn't satisfied with them)
Source Video: Recorded with SONY Z-90 4K
Project settings: remain in default (FHD?)
Export Presets: Export > Device > HD > H264 > Image quality is high
スクリーンショット.jpegSMPLE01_H264_32M_PRISET_OUTPUT.jpg
This is a screenshot of the Before.

That's all.

 

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