After export large dropoff in video quality.

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In many of my recent videos I notice a large dropoff in video quality after export. I'm currently working on a video with the following setting and after export although the quality is much lower, the resolution per QScreen Shot 2021-05-27 at 6.16.27 PM.pnguicktime says it has remained the same.

 

Format: H.264

Preset: Match Source High-Bitrate

Width / Height: 1366 & 768

Frame rate: 29.97

Field Order: Progressive

Performance: Hardware Encoding

Aspect: Square Pixels (1.0)

Bitrate Encoding: VBR, 1 Pass

Target Bitrate: 10

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Adobe Community Professional , May 27, 2021 May 27, 2021
I would think your target bitrate is too small, I would up that to maybe 20 or so. Max Depth ... no, leave that off. Unless you're doing major say color correction and don't have a GPU, that's not necessarilly useful. Max Render Q ... also leave off. That is ONLY useful if you are doing major resizing and you are getting jaggies on diagonals. As you're not resizing as far as your images/settings show, it's of no use. It can slow things down and occasionally induce artifacts. Neil

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Try turning off Hardware encoding.

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I'm assuming you mean changing to software encoding, if so it doesn't change anything.

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Does it do it with both direct export from Prtemiere Pro and the AME queue?

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Yup

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I tried to reinstall premiere but the same happened.

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Hi. Try this settings:

 

Format: H.264

Preset: Match Source Adaptive High-Bitrate

Render at maximum depth 

Field Order: Progressive

Performance: Hardware Encoding

Aspect: Square Pixels (1.0)

Bitrate Encoding: VBR, 2 Pass

Target Bitrate: Leave at default 

Use maximum render quality. 

 

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I would think your target bitrate is too small, I would up that to maybe 20 or so.

 

Max Depth ... no, leave that off. Unless you're doing major say color correction and don't have a GPU, that's not necessarilly useful.

 

Max Render Q ... also leave off. That is ONLY useful if you are doing major resizing and you are getting jaggies on diagonals. As you're not resizing as far as your images/settings show, it's of no use. It can slow things down and occasionally induce artifacts.

 

Neil

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