How to export video with transparent channel and low memory

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Mar 31, 2022 Mar 31, 2022

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Hello everyone, I wanted to export a video with a transparent channel, but the memory is very large, using premiere pro I can’t reduce the bitrate in any way, are there any options to export with a small memory while maintaining transparency?
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Memory is very large: no idea what you mean by that.

Post screenshot export settings so we can see what you are talking about.

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If you are on a Mac you can try exporting as a Quicktime with the Animation codec set to 8bpc + alpha. That may produce a smaller file size than whatever you are using. (I don't know if the Windows version of Pr still has the Quicktime Animation codec available.)

Typically, video files with alpha channels are very large in size regardless of which format and codec are used.

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Quick time with Alpha is the way to go, but you have to accept that it will be a larger file

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