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Community Beginner ,
Jul 08, 2020

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I wonder if anyone can help.

I have a timeline in Premiere CC composed of a mix of animation files (Mp4 30fps created in Cinema 4D) and other video footage 25fps. The majority of the work is the animated files so its key to get this to playback smoothly. Unfortuinately my exports appear chopping when played back.

 

Here are my settings:

Sequence

ARRI Cinema 30 fps

1920 x 1080

Square Pixels

No Fields(Progressive Scan)

 

 

Export settings:

Format H264

Preset Match Source High Bitrate, and have tried others including High Quality 1080p HD

Ive also tried all 3 time interpolations to see if that has an effect.

 

The final export plays better in VLC than Windows media player, but still stutters on playback.

 

I then tried exporting the work as Quicktime using the Preset Animation and the film played perfectly but was enormous, I think about 35GB for a 10 minute film.

 

I intend to send this film to  festivals to view so it needs to play on all kinds of computers and I cannot control which player they view it on. Size wise no larger than 2GB

 

I wonder if someone can advise me and point me in the right direction.

 

Many thanks

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Choppy playback

Community Beginner ,
Jul 08, 2020

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I wonder if anyone can help.

I have a timeline in Premiere CC composed of a mix of animation files (Mp4 30fps created in Cinema 4D) and other video footage 25fps. The majority of the work is the animated files so its key to get this to playback smoothly. Unfortuinately my exports appear chopping when played back.

 

Here are my settings:

Sequence

ARRI Cinema 30 fps

1920 x 1080

Square Pixels

No Fields(Progressive Scan)

 

 

Export settings:

Format H264

Preset Match Source High Bitrate, and have tried others including High Quality 1080p HD

Ive also tried all 3 time interpolations to see if that has an effect.

 

The final export plays better in VLC than Windows media player, but still stutters on playback.

 

I then tried exporting the work as Quicktime using the Preset Animation and the film played perfectly but was enormous, I think about 35GB for a 10 minute film.

 

I intend to send this film to  festivals to view so it needs to play on all kinds of computers and I cannot control which player they view it on. Size wise no larger than 2GB

 

I wonder if someone can advise me and point me in the right direction.

 

Many thanks

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Mixing so called pal footage with ntsc footage can cause issues on export.

Use the QT-animation file to output to the desired format for the festival.

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Jul 09, 2020

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Do you mean make H264 from large QT file, if so I have tried but it still is choppy. Perhpas I can make a small QT file but unsure how to from premiere cc. All files are enormous

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Cannot you try Handbrake or Quicktime?

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Thank I have not tried handbrake I'll give it a go

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