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Export 4k vertical bug, don't work

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Hi, I have a problem. I would to export in 4k vertical for youtube ( 2160 x 3840 ) but in the moment i save the preset or launch the export premiere give me a file 1.296 x 2.304.

I try everything but i can't export my file in 4k.

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The level of H.264 you are working with has pixel dimension limits:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Video_Coding 

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I don't know what if any compatability issues you will have switching levels.

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Export 4k vertical bug, don't work

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Hi, I have a problem. I would to export in 4k vertical for youtube ( 2160 x 3840 ) but in the moment i save the preset or launch the export premiere give me a file 1.296 x 2.304.

I try everything but i can't export my file in 4k.

Alohafinance_0-1594745002717.png

 

Alohafinance_1-1594745028073.png

 

Alohafinance_2-1594745045627.png

 

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Correct answer by Meg The Dog | Adobe Community Professional

The level of H.264 you are working with has pixel dimension limits:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Video_Coding 

Screen Shot 2020-07-14 at 6.57.41 AM.png

I don't know what if any compatability issues you will have switching levels.

MtD

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The level of H.264 you are working with has pixel dimension limits:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Video_Coding 

Screen Shot 2020-07-14 at 6.57.41 AM.png

I don't know what if any compatability issues you will have switching levels.

MtD

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will give it a shot here...

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actually I thought of that, but didn't want to look stupid....

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Yes! If I set level to: 6.2 it works and keeps the setup. Now I try to export and tell you if it's ok

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I don't get it. My TV is full HD 16:9 horizontal ( 1920x1080 ). If I tried to see a source file of 1080x1920 ( was that shot with iphone or something ? ) at 4k scaled down, my TV still wouldn't be able to see it like a normal horizontal frame.  I would need to turn the TV vertical ( just twist it 90 degrees and figure out how to put it on a stand to hold it there )

 

Is this some experiment like making Frankenstein gone amok ?

 

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it's about watching content on your phone or tablet with a vertical orientation.  Get with the program.  but yeah, it makes me nuts...  and who's got a phone with a 4k screen (probably people with too much money).  

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hehe... thanks for the laugh 

🙂

 

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