Poor Video Quality

New Here ,
Oct 01, 2018 Oct 01, 2018

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When trying to export my 4K gaming video, I encountered a problem. The quality of the video downgrades very heavily during export.

For some reason noise appears on the video and it has lower saturation. Here is the comparison:

Original Video:

Desktop Screenshot 2018.10.01 - 13.15.43.62_62 (1).jpg

Exported Video:

Desktop Screenshot 2018.10.01 - 13.16.04.62_62.jpg

I have tried everything. I have tried changing the format of the video, the bitrate, the quality, everything I could change. After 5 hours of trying, I think that the only possible answer is to ask for help online.

Could someone please help me resolve this problem? Have I done something wrong?

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New Here , Oct 07, 2018 Oct 07, 2018
I have asked a couple of people and tried a couple of things and it turns out that exporting an h.264 video as an HEVC file (h.265) is not a good idea.I have tried exporting the video as an h.264 file and it seemed to work flawlessly, with just a minor drop in quality.I thought that exporting it as an HEVC file was the right choice, because when I tried exporting my GoPro HEVC footage as an h.264 file, there was a big drop in quality and I thought that maybe if I'll export my gameplay video as a...

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What is the sequence setting?

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Oct 07, 2018 Oct 07, 2018

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I have asked a couple of people and tried a couple of things and it turns out that exporting an h.264 video as an HEVC file (h.265) is not a good idea.

I have tried exporting the video as an h.264 file and it seemed to work flawlessly, with just a minor drop in quality.

I thought that exporting it as an HEVC file was the right choice, because when I tried exporting my GoPro HEVC footage as an h.264 file, there was a big drop in quality and I thought that maybe if I'll export my gameplay video as an HEVC file there would be an improvement, since it is better suited for 4K 60fps.

Either way, the issue is now fixed and thank you for actually taking time to respond to my message!

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Try the Adobe official tips to fix bad quality videos such as blurry, shaky, grainy, pixelated videos and make them crisp, sharp, and clear

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