PIxely / blocky footage - with example

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Feb 03, 2022 Feb 03, 2022

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Hi all,

 

I'm getting a very pixelated video when uploaded to youtube. In the example, you can clearly see large pixels/blocks on every clip. 

 

https://youtu.be/0UW2evY-9xs

 

Footage: 60fps, 1080p, few clips at 120fps and slowed down.

Sequent: same as footage.

Export settings:
1080, 60fps
Render at maxiumum depth / maximum render quality checked.
Bitrate, CBR 100, 150, VBR 2 100/150. Same results regardless of settings.
Profile - high, Level 5.2.

Time interpolation set to frame sampling.

 

I've exported without and with adjustment layers, on which I had 20-25% opacity LUTs.

 

I have exported videos with the exact same settings in the past and have not encountered these issues. I'm a little bit annoyed as this is literally my simplest video to date in terms of transitions, coloring, and editing in general.

 

Thank you,

Matt

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Feb 03, 2022 Feb 03, 2022

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Have you looked at the raw footage outside of Premiere to make sure that the original recording is OK? I noticed that the final waterfall shot looks very good.

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Yeah it looks fine. The only ones I could argue don't look 100% are the car timelapses, which are also seen on the test upload linked, but that wouldn't explain why the 1st one shows pixels and subsequent ones do too.

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