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PLEASE HELP! premiere won't let me export specific dimensions with H.264

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Apr 17, 2024 Apr 17, 2024

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My sequence dimensions are 673x865 but when I go to export it with H.264 format it changes the frame size to 672x864. Only if I export the video with Quicktime format does it allow me to export with the correct dimensions. However I need the video to be mp4 so it needs to be exported with H.264 format. Does anyone know how to solve this issue? Thank you.

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Apr 17, 2024 Apr 17, 2024

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The codec does not support odd numbers.

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My sequence dimensions are 673x865 but when I go to export it with H.264 format it changes the frame size to 672x864. Only if I export the video with Quicktime format does it allow me to export with the correct dimensions. However I need the video to be mp4 so it needs to be exported with H.264 format. Does anyone know how to solve this issue? Thank you.


By @Artemis35250671yfpy

 

H.264 exports will always be done with even numbers such as 672x864. Maybe try to export using QuickTime > H.264 to a .mov and when done just rename the file from .mov to .mp4.

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