Question about file size

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Feb 08, 2021 Feb 08, 2021

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Some videos edited with Premiere Pro are way too big for the website. The largest that they can be is 1GB and the ones I have are 6.5GB.  Can this be easily done? 

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Feb 08, 2021 Feb 08, 2021

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There are lots of variables here but you can exprt most videos to under 1GB easily. Use the H.264 format and choose Match Source - Medium Bitrate. You will see a size estimate at the bottom of the dialogue. If it is too big, try Low birate.

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thank you so this has to be done using Premiere or can it be done using something else? 

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You mentioned you exported videos and they were about 6.5GB - assuming these are high quality exports you can drop these already exported files into Media Encoder and then re-encode them to smaller files. Saves having to export from Premiere Pro everytime you want to try out a different data rate on your smaller encoding.

Or you can export from Premiere Pro and instead of clicking 'export' in the Export Settings window - click 'Queue'. This will open Media Encoder and allow you to export from it and continue to work in Premiere Pro.

 

A half hour program using the H.264 format setting and the 'Match Source - Medium Bitrate' preset (in Media Encoder OR Premiere Pro) will give you an end file size of around about 1GB.

 

The size of your final encode is dependent on a number of factors.

Your frame size i.e. 1920x1080

Your datarate for both Video and Audio

and most importantly the length of the video

If you encode a 30 minute program using the above settings and get about 1GB file size, then a 1 hour program using the same settings will end up being twice the size (about 2GB) ...

so to get a 1 hour program to be 1GB you would have to halve the datarate.

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Feb 08, 2021 Feb 08, 2021

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You haven't provided enough details. You should probably include the following information:
-Source footage origins and details (codec, resolution, and frame rate; if you don't know these MediaInfo tool can help)
-Sequence/project settings
-Export settings (codec, resolution, and frame rate)

You can add screen images by drag&drop right into the message window.

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All videos are exported MP4 now but still too large to upload on the website

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To give you meaningful answer/advice instead of just a guess, we need details, but if you are not interested, that's ok...

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I you want just transcoding of existing file into lower size/quality -that can be done by dozens of different tools. I prefer ffmpeg

 

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