My thoughts are; you should provide more information as to what you're talking about. Is this in the timeline or in the render? If in the timeline, what is your sequence settings, if in render then what are both your sequence settings and render settings? What are your file specs? More information makes it much much easier for people to help.
Can’t guarantee this will work for everyone, but before you place any insta360 clip on the timeline, place a clip with the intended resolution on the timeline to set it to the desired format (1920x1080 for example); then place the insta clip; then delete the first clip.
This seems to work for me. -- Phil Lentz email@example.com
I've tried this also, not much of a difference. Simply the video from Premiere is always less good than from Studio. Studio makes really sharp, precise export while Premiere doesn't.
However, doing some tests, it could be that it's the Insta plugin's fault. It seems that the file imported thru plugin is immidiately lower quality.
I've done a different test: I used Insta Studio to export a video with ProRes codec. Then I imported this Prores clip into Premiere. Immidiately, even on preview, it was top quality. Export to h264 was also perfect. So it seems Premiere is doing ok but the plugin is bad.
Now getting Insta to fix the plugin...that's another story...