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No VBR dual pass for H.265 hardware encoding, stay with H.264 ?

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Curious why the new PPro 14.3.1  is now hooked up to AMD Rzyen for hardware encoding, but it won't do Dual Pass VBR in H.265 ?  Only single pass for H.264.

I thought dual was always the way to go for bluray creation. 

 

Does the H.264 work with hardware encoding?  From what I read I didn't think so.

 

My media is SD old school footage.  I need the dual pass like a fat kid needs cake.

 

Thoughts?  Opinions?  advice?

 

Thanks,

Letty

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Correct answer by R Neil Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

Joelle had a great bit on the crash part ... but as to that option, it's B ... rather than showing you the start screen, with option for which project, it should then simply open to the project/sequence you were last working on.

 

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No VBR dual pass for H.265 hardware encoding, stay with H.264 ?

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Curious why the new PPro 14.3.1  is now hooked up to AMD Rzyen for hardware encoding, but it won't do Dual Pass VBR in H.265 ?  Only single pass for H.264.

I thought dual was always the way to go for bluray creation. 

 

Does the H.264 work with hardware encoding?  From what I read I didn't think so.

 

My media is SD old school footage.  I need the dual pass like a fat kid needs cake.

 

Thoughts?  Opinions?  advice?

 

Thanks,

Letty

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by R Neil Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

Joelle had a great bit on the crash part ... but as to that option, it's B ... rather than showing you the start screen, with option for which project, it should then simply open to the project/sequence you were last working on.

 

Neil

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Hello,

Premiere pro usually asks you when you open the program after the crash if you want to recover the latest updated project the one you were using before the crash if you press yes ... the recovery project saves under the name of the same project name with "copy"word (copy of etc.)

but it's always safe to keep the auto save feature on in premiere ..

1 Choose Edit > Preferences > General (Windows) or Premiere Pro > Preferences > General (Mac OS) to open the Preferences dialog box. 2 From the list of categories on the left, choose Auto Save to view the preferences for how Premiere Pro automatically backs up your files.

Change the value of the Automatically Save Every property to 10 minutes, and then change the value of Maximum Project Versions to 20 and click OK. This increases the frequency of the Auto Save function, while creating more project versions so you have a greater choice of file back-ups.

Auto Save is helpful when the application closes unexpectedly or you need to return to an earlier version of your project.

 

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Thanks for that reply 🙂

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Joelle had a great bit on the crash part ... but as to that option, it's B ... rather than showing you the start screen, with option for which project, it should then simply open to the project/sequence you were last working on.

 

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as always, the Master swoops in the for slam dunk. Thanks!

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