H.264 for stock videos?!? WHY?

Explorer ,
May 31, 2019 May 31, 2019

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Quick question, Adobe: why do you even accept stock videos encoded with H.264? And with a low bitrate like 3-4 Mbps for Full HD?!?

And to all authors: please upload your videos in better quality! H.264 for stock videos is a bad joke.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 31, 2019 May 31, 2019

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Hi Danni,

It might be more effective to get Adobe's attention if you describe your issue with the videos you purchase licenses for using the "Contact Us" at the bottom of your page.

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JG

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Explorer ,
May 31, 2019 May 31, 2019

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Thanks, Jacquelin! It was more of a suggestion to improve their stock collection. The issue is, obviously, using compressed stock videos to create other videos and the disadvantages of doing that. I also had a quick chat with one of their staff members, don't know what will come of that.

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Danni,

You are welcome. I figured it was a suggestion, that's the reason for suggesting you contact Adobe directly, since I believe it would be more effective from that end. And thank you for the feedback.

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JG

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