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Export GoPro Hero 8 videos in Premiere Pro

New Here ,
Feb 10, 2020 Feb 10, 2020

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Dear members,

I have the following question once before made but so far the problem is still not resolved.

I have recently acquired a GoPro Hero 8 I obviously use to film in 4K.

However, I have the problem after I edited the video in Adobe Premiere Pro and then export the video does not run smoothly.
To you a clear picture of the differences the following two links to the videos.

Original:
Video link to original video 

After edit:

Video link to video after editing (Look at the buildings and parking place)
Also, the video data below:

Knipsel.JPG

Left original and right after export the video


What's wrong? I tried several settings. particularly with the rise of the aircraft you see huge difference!
I hope someone can help me!

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Sep 10, 2021 Sep 10, 2021

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Did you ever get an answer?  I'm having the same problem.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 11, 2021 Sep 11, 2021

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GoPro is heavily compressed. Convert to an edit friendly format or use proxies.

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Sep 11, 2021 Sep 11, 2021

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Tried using proxy. Output is still the same (unless I'm going something wrong).

I imported the clip from GoPro

Clicked on Create Proxy

Selected QuickTime

It took me to Media Encoder

Encoded the clip

Went back to Premiere

Put clip on timeline

Toggled Proxy on

Edited clip (just shorted it)

Toggled Proxy off

Edit, export

Closed Premiere and Media Encoder

Played the output video

Still pixelated, maybe not as jerky, but definitely still pixelated.

 

Any assistant wouled be greatly appreciated.

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Encoded the clip

Went back to Premiere

Put clip on timeline

Toggled Proxy on

Edited clip (just shorted it)

Toggled Proxy off

Edit, export

 


By @defaultpyw5plz8l695

Why would you do that?

Which clip did you put on the timeline the encoded one or the original?

 

Proxies: what setting did you use?

Post screenshot export settings.

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