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Pixelated frame in exported file adobe premiere

New Here ,
Nov 04, 2021 Nov 04, 2021

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Hello


problem

I have recorded a gameplay video with OBS. When I watch the unedited file everything is fine, even if I watch it in premier pro. But when I export it via premiere pro the edited file has a pixelated moment. It only happens one time in the video for around a second. It's  the moment when going from in game menu to playing the game. 

what I've tried

Because the file was variable frame rate I changed it to constant frame rate via Handbrake (Setting it to 60 FPS constant framerate in handbrake). 

When I used the new constant frame rate file in premier pro. I exported it to 60 FPS as well but the problem is still there.

 

I've added a photo of the pixelated moment.

 

May one of you help me with this? 

Thank you in advance. 

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I've moved this from the Using the Community forum (which is the forum for issues using the forums) to the Premiere Pro forum.

 

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Can you cut out that section of the video in the timeline and export?

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When I export a small part of the sequence, the pixelation disappears. 

When I export the whole sequence again the problem is back. 

(above is based on 30Mbps target and 60Mbps max with vbr 2 pass)

 

Problem seems solved but why?

Same file (handbraked file with CRF 60 fps) but this time exported with target 50 Mbps and max 60 Mbps vbr 2 pass.

The pixelated frame is gone when exporting the whole sequence. 

 

How is this possible?

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So I used the same source file and exported two new videos. The first has the settings of 50 Mbps and max 60 Mbps vbr 2 pass. The second has the settings of 30 Mbps and max 60 Mbps vbr 2 pass. 

 

The first has no pixelation and the second does have the pixelation. 

 

The file is a 2560x1440P resolution video. 

 

Any ideas as of why this happens?

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May one of you help me with this? 


By @Chi5C80

 

How does the same file look at the same place in a third pary media player such as VLC or PotPlayer?

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The exported file shows the same pixelation in VLC player as well as in Windows Media player and Window's Movies & TV player. 

 

 

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