Rendere In/Out or File Export

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Jul 29, 2022 Jul 29, 2022

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Hello everyone.

 

Let's say I have a premiere Project file that contains Movie Clips, Sounds, Adjustment Layers, and Luts.

If I just Click on File-Export, later I have my final video as a single file. If I use Render In/out, and later Export the File. What is the difference? Is there any difference?

Which Technique do you recommend?

Thank you very much.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 29, 2022 Jul 29, 2022

I think I understand what you are asking ...

If your preview render settings (in Sequence Settings) are set to the same codec as you use for exports - then IF you have preview rendered your sequence - when you go to export - the preview renders will be used for exporting ... and as they are already rendered the export process will be MUCH faster. 

On Mac I have all sequences set up to preview render in ProresHQ and export to ProresHQ. On PC at the network I work at we use two Premiere Sequence P

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Jul 29, 2022 Jul 29, 2022

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I think I understand what you are asking ...

If your preview render settings (in Sequence Settings) are set to the same codec as you use for exports - then IF you have preview rendered your sequence - when you go to export - the preview renders will be used for exporting ... and as they are already rendered the export process will be MUCH faster. 

On Mac I have all sequences set up to preview render in ProresHQ and export to ProresHQ. On PC at the network I work at we use two Premiere Sequence Presets - AVC-Intra100 and DNx120. Each uses that codec for preview renders ... so exports of prerendered sequences goes faster.

 

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Jul 30, 2022 Jul 30, 2022

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Dear Mr. Steve.

Thank you very much

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Is this the Settings?  I don't see any AVC-Inra100 or DNx120

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This one Is QuickTime

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Once you've selected QuickTime in the 'Preview File Format' drop down menu, go to the next drop down menu 'Codec' now you can choose which format of QT you want for previews including various flavors of Prores.

 

To get AVC-Intra or DNx previews you must first change the 'editing mode' pulldown (in the Sequence Settings panel) to AVC-Intra (which ever version you want) or DNx (again multiple choices of DNx). Once you done this you'll see that you will now get different choices of' Preview File Formats' and 'Codec' for that particular format.

 

 

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Mr. Steve.

Here is a screenshot from my Sequence-Preview Window. So technically, the Preview Codec Is not going to affect the video quality correct?

NOTE: for the purpose of Archiving an Important 4k Video Inside Export settings, I like to use DNxHR/DNxHD MXF OP1a

 

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