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Automatically changing the pixel settings trying to export

New Here ,
Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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Hi!

I'm having a new problem when im trying to export a sequence in Premire Pro.

The sequence settings is set to 220x355 px, squared pixel 1.0, progressive, 25fps.
When trying to export i can't choose 355 px, it's automatically changes the setting to 220x354.

I have done it a million times before but now it's just not working.

Im on Version 24.0.0

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Community Expert , Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

I think the format specifications for h264 encoding require the width and height to be divisible by 4 or 8, but it looks like 6 is working as well.

For a non-standard frame size like 220-by-355, I would expect to have to use something like ProRes QuickTime.

 

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Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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I think the format specifications for h264 encoding require the width and height to be divisible by 4 or 8, but it looks like 6 is working as well.

For a non-standard frame size like 220-by-355, I would expect to have to use something like ProRes QuickTime.

 

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Thanks!
Thats working, but it's real strange because I have done it a million times with h.264.

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