I hope someone can help me. Unfortunately I haven't found a solution yet, but it's hard to communicate right...
I have often had the case that some clips in a video are suddenly very poor in quality, although they are previously nice and crispy before and have no problems.
The strange thing is that it's just the case with few clips in one video. I cut a whole one and only in a few clips in the later exported video, the quality is stupid....
The rest of the exported clip is in perfect quality...
I filmed with the Sony Alpha 7iii in 4k.
I'll attach two pictures so you can see what I mean.
The one in the final clip:
Thanks already if anyone can help 🙂 .
Please post computer specs, Pr version and build, screenshot export settings.
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13" Ende 2013)
Prozessor 2,6 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core 15
8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Intel Iris 1536 MB
Premiere Pro Version: Premier Pro CC 2019. Version 13.1.0
Turn off max render and hardware encoding and try again.
On a side note an i5 and 8 gig ram is a bit on the lean side for 4K
Tried that but it still appears ...
I know it's a bit lean... But I don't get it why its just in a few clips and not the problem from the whole video?
It it so strange.. In the preview this clip is fully crispy :/... And all clips are shooted with the same gear and settings.
Very fast motion in the clip?
Any reason why footage is in 29.97 and not 25 (guessing you are in Europe)?
Increase the bitrate: 10 is a bit low for 4K.
Can you upload a short clip (e.g. dropbox) for testing.
Original is out of focus or extreme motion blur (what ever you want to call it) at 3;16.: hence the bad export.
Hm okay, but why isn't it possible to export it like it was imported ?
Its out of focus on import too.
This is a screenshot of the original footage: garbage in garbage out.
Yes, I am in Europe... Thats the reason
Europe is 25 or 50 not 29,97.
do you self a favor set your camera to PAL .