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How to cut/trim a file and export with no loss in quality.

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How can i cut/trim/shorten a video file in Premiere Pro and export it with no (ZERO) loss in quality?

 

I have GoPro footage that I want to trim and export, but when I do, Premiere Pro compresses it into the the file format I chose, which degrades the footage.

 

Is there a setting where I can export footage without further compressing it?

 

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How to cut/trim a file and export with no loss in quality.

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How can i cut/trim/shorten a video file in Premiere Pro and export it with no (ZERO) loss in quality?

 

I have GoPro footage that I want to trim and export, but when I do, Premiere Pro compresses it into the the file format I chose, which degrades the footage.

 

Is there a setting where I can export footage without further compressing it?

 

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If you want good quality use Prores or Cineform codec under Quicktime.

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Thanks Ann.  I'll give that a try.

 

So there is no "stright through" exporting, I take it? 

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What you're asking for is basically a "remuxing" process. Premiere doesn't have that, but you can look for various open-source or moderate cost software online that does remuxing.

 

Neil

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Thanks Neil. 

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You can try this: TMPGEnc MPEG Smart Renderer 5

 

Not freeware, but far more easy and convinient to use. 🙂

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Thanks. I'll give it a try. 

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