Proxy Error: The Selected Preset does not support the audio channel type

Community Beginner ,
Aug 31, 2020 Aug 31, 2020

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Hello, I try to create proxy for my Video, but it's not working.

I created my own Proxy, resolution of 120p, I don't really know what I did wrong, if someone can help me create a preset 120p Resolution, it would be amazing, please contact me at discord afterlife#8610

I get the Error: The Selected Preset does not support the audio channel type of the clip "clip name".mp4

If I choose QuickTime, and like 1025x1550p (i dont know exact default dimensions) it works. i need a 120p one

My Video has 2 types of audio, the Desktop and Mic

Any Help please, Thank you

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 31, 2020 Aug 31, 2020
Cineform 10 bit. You can drop the quality down from 4 to 2 or 3 when you see it. (That's what I use)

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Use the one that works, and modify the frame size. Quicktime is the one to use for proxies, either Cineform or Prores.

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How can I modify the frame size of a proxy, can you help me step by step please?

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I am a bit in a rush so please, if you have time reply!

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when is he gonna show us how to modify frame size

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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As FutureTube said: "I created my own Proxy, resolution of 120p"

 

Do it the same way you did before but using Quicktime ProRes or Cineform.

 

Try this: https://youtu.be/nLn4gzcM3no Only use Cineform or ProRes.

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cc.PNGI don't have an option for ProRes, what do I choose

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Cineform 10 bit. You can drop the quality down from 4 to 2 or 3 when you see it. (That's what I use)

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BTW: You are showing some older settings / presets. Here's what they look like from PP 2020, 14.3.2. What version are you on?

 

MyerPj_0-1598913442935.png

 

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Premiere Pro CC 2019, it works best for me

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Community Beginner ,
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Also, Let's say im doing a video of sports.

The first clip is about Boxing,

Second one is Football,

3rd one is about Basketball.

 

But they are all in ONE VIDEO.

Is there a way I can Proxy example, from 0:00 to 1:26 only

and not the WHOLE VIDEO.

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Jan 03, 2021 Jan 03, 2021

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Thank you so much for this!  I had been using H.264 and was pulling my hair out trying to figure out why Media Encoder would just refuse to create proxies.  I was actually using H.264 based on a tutorial that I saw, so I'm guessing that used to be an apropriate format to use, but no longer with Premiere 2020?

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Jan 03, 2021 Jan 03, 2021

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It's possible to use it, but it misses the point. ProRes and Cineform are easy on the computer, h.264 requires a lot from the machine to decompress as you go. The trade off in performance comes at a cost of typically more disk space required for the better editing formats.

 

There's a popular proxy tutorial out there with good info, but unfortunately he used the wrong format.

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We call each individual video file a 'clip'. So, the Proxy is for the clip. You'll use the same file for your different end videos. You can use just one project file if you like and have multiple sequences in the one project. You arange things as you like. Be sure to backup often, every day to a separate drive and keep your files together.

 

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Ok so here is my solution after tinkering for a whole am.. 

 

1) Quicktime

2)Apple Prores proxy 422

3) Set frame size to something decent: I went for 1024x576

4) Set HDR to 100

5) In the Audio tab, chose 4 chanel mono

 

---> In media encoder you must :

1) create this encoding preset

2) Create an ingest preset that uses the encoding preset.  You can specify neat things like name protocols and destination

3) Export the ingest preset to a epr file. 

3) In premiere, select clips -> create proxys -> Add ingest preset -> Select created preset.

 

Save about 70% File size on a 10 bit 4k 23fps

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