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Pixelation dark areas when exporting in 264 codec

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Sep 13, 2020

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I export my project in 264 codec in 4k, CBR, bitrate 100 mb, high 5.2, default keyframe distence. Basically everything suits me. But when I go from light to dark, like a sunset or a cloud, I see a terrible pixilation from hell.
I set the profile to high10 and unrestricted, it improved the situation, but somehow it is much worse than the same 264 codec as it is from the camera fuji x-t30. So the matter is in setting the codec during export, and not in the 264 codec itself.

What solutions are there to get the quality in 264 close to that of the camera in the same 264?

Or are there other options to end up with a compact file with very good quality? Please do not provide links to plugins and nothing else. We need specific examples describing the settings as you do.

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Pixelation dark areas when exporting in 264 codec

Explorer ,
Sep 13, 2020

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I export my project in 264 codec in 4k, CBR, bitrate 100 mb, high 5.2, default keyframe distence. Basically everything suits me. But when I go from light to dark, like a sunset or a cloud, I see a terrible pixilation from hell.
I set the profile to high10 and unrestricted, it improved the situation, but somehow it is much worse than the same 264 codec as it is from the camera fuji x-t30. So the matter is in setting the codec during export, and not in the 264 codec itself.

What solutions are there to get the quality in 264 close to that of the camera in the same 264?

Or are there other options to end up with a compact file with very good quality? Please do not provide links to plugins and nothing else. We need specific examples describing the settings as you do.

Topics

Export, FAQ, How to

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