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I have a question concerning the quality of the exported files in Premiere Elements 19. I have been using Premiere Elements for several months and am generally quite satisfied with this program; it is not too complex to use and it still has some possibilities in terms of video editing. People who want more will probably switch to Premiere Pro. But this package has a different cost.
I am less satisfied with the quality of the exported files. But I'm convinced that it's up to me and that a few parameters need to be set correctly in order to achieve a good result. I have read related conversations on this topic within the Adobe community, but have not found the right solution yet. Below or in the appendix, it becomes clear what I mean. I made a drawing in Fusion 360 and made a render of it. The size of the render (or image) in png format is 1920 x 1080 pixels. If I try to make a clip out of this image and export it as mp4 -H.264 file in HD 1080 (or 1920 x 1080), with a frame rate of 29.97 and in the highest quality, I get visible quality loss. On the render you can see for example flowing white lines, on the video those lines are serrated (or saw-edged). What can I do to fix this? I've already changed a lot of import and export parameters, but still without results. All tips are welcome to get this right.
Thanks in advance.
Under the program's Edit menu, what is listed on the General page under Project Settings?
One attempt at solving the problem is to lower your frame rate until the problem recedes. Then, increase the frame rate until you encounter the problem again, and then go back to the last workable frame rate.
Try setting your project to 1080p or "progressive" insted of 1080i or interlaced. You have to do it as a new project and check the box to "Force the Project Settings". If you look at my MP4 sample the serreted edge seems to be gone.
Never use interlaced. That's for old tube TV reciving broadcasts over the air.
I was desperately looking for settings in other video editing programs in order to get a solution for my problem.
But what you wrote was definitely the right solution : I have tested it several times with different renders and videos and it works.
Many thanks for your help and also many thanks to the people here above in this list for being helpful!