The estimated file size given by PR is rounded. If the file is small then the estimated size will be shown in KB, that is fine. Or when file is extremely large like hundreds or thousands of MBs, it is also fine because the error would be relatively small.
But when the file is slightly larger than KBs, like 10 MB or so, it would be a problem. How should this problem be solved? Maybe a setting to make it show decimal points like 10.5 MB or something, or even show in KB? Or I will have to actually export the file and see?
Please kindly get noted that I am not asking about the difference between exported file size and estimated file size.
Adobe Community Professional, Apr 13, 2022Apr 13, 2022
Jeff Bellune • Adobe Community Professional, Apr 13, 2022Apr 13, 2022
You could do your own math based on bit rate and sequence duration. Otherwise, Pr's time-guessing algorithm is hard-coded into the program. For the setting you suggested, you should probably enter a feature request at Adobe's User Voice.
This is not the place for feature requests.... do some searching here to find out where to post this... Not sure why this needs to be fixed but you may have a different workflow than I do... Premiere is a very complex program and unfortunately, when you make a fix or add a feature it can have unintended consequences... Just follow this forum when an update to the program is posted and you'll see multiple people in the midst of existential despair because something they depend on is no longer working...