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    Hi flizzles,

     

    Thanks for the info. Have you tried batch exporting again? Are you facing any issues during export?

     

    Vidya


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    I will make this "short" - I use a GoPro Hero 5 Session to record my Mountain Bike Trail Rides.  I have researched a lot and tried many different things. Many. But not all.

     

    Sometimes my videos turn out fine, other times not. What I see on my computer after editing with Premiere Pro is always great. But when I upload to YouTube, the compression is making certain sections pixelated and creating artifacts. I would like to do everything in my power to prevent this.

     

    I would like to know what Resolution and Frames Per Second combo would provide the best quality. The only Preference I would like to keep in mind is the Field of View. I like to use Wide for some things and Linear for others. So I need Capture settings that can do both those things and be in the same Resolution and FPS, otherwise it messes things up when I create a new Project/Sequence and they're different.

     

    I have tried many Export Settings as well and I would love to keep Exporting at the YouTube HD 1080 preset if possible. It's very quick...

    I have tried both CBR and VBR 2 Pass and changed the Bit Rate settings various times and what I find is that when I stray from the Preset is that it can take 12 hours to Export a 15 minute video that has hardly any Effects, Colour Grading, or Music. And then it takes about 12 Hours to upload to YouTube as well. When I export at the YouTube HD 1080 Preset, it may take an hour to Export and Hour long video and only an hour to Upload. But when there's a lot of movement, I get pixelation and artifacts and it's becoming unacceptable.

     

    I am so burnt out and anxious over the research and trial and error and would love some help here.


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    Hello, I have a kinda big problem:

    my pc is crashing seconds after I start rendering.

     

    It would be very nice if somebody could help :/

     

    My system is:

    Ryzen 5 1600x

    SSD and HDD

    Asus prime 350b plus

    Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti

    Ram: 4x 4GB DDR4 (3000mhz)

    Bequiet 550W powersupply

     

    I already did a memory test and it was alright.

    I thank you in advance


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    Any ideas on this issue? It's pretty frustrating! Spent an hour with customer support, but they didn't find a solution.


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    Hi,

    Recently bought a new Mac, installed Creative Cloud, added my keyboard preferences in Premiere Pro, added a custom bin in effects to save all my favourites. Everytime I start Premiere, I now need to go back and select my keyboard preferences again as it goes back to default keyboard each time. Never had this issue before.

    Thanks in advance


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  • 01/14/19--01:43: Editing out the Background
  • I am editing some very blurry black and white cctv footage for an art project. I am trying to delete everything in the background so that the only thing on screen is the person in the footage (who is mostly moving) with a white background. Are there any ways on doing this in Premiere? Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Here is a similar example of the kind of footage I am dealing with (please excuse the funny example):

     

    Spooky CCTV Footage Shows The Ghost Of Young Girl - YouTube


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    Hi Kiri1992,

     

    Sorry for the crash issue. Just for a test, change the renderer in project settings and see if it fixes the issue.

    Here are the steps: FAQ: How to change the Video Renderer in Premiere Pro?

    Please let us know the status.

     

    Thanks,

    Vidya


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  • 01/14/19--02:15: Premiere Pro
  • Hello,

     

    I have a problem Im hoping Premiere Pro may be the tool for however, I have never used the program and know absolutely nothing about it.

    What I am trying to accomplish is to take an audio recording of some housing noises I made in an m4a format and create a video recording of the playback of those recordings showing the sound levels db values...can Premier Pro accomplish this?

     

    Thank You


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    Hi there,

     

    I've looked around but can't find a reason for this. I can export perfectly fine if I don't rename my file, but trying to rename my file isntantly crashes the program.

     

    Here is a video from launching premiere to it crashing. Please help, I cannot spend the rest of my life exporting a file to the exact same location. Renaming it and then exporting another file. Please.


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    I use Premiere Pro with my:

     

    Macbook Pro 2018 22 GHz Intel Core 2.2

    16 GB 2400 MHz DDR4 RAM with Radeon Pro 555X 4096 MB

     

    When I'm using effects or when I'm rendering the timeline, Premiere Pro becomes laggy, very slow and sometimes it freezes. What could be the cause of this?

    My Macbook has 256 GB storage and I have enough storage left.

     

    Hope to hear from you soon!


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    Discussion successfully moved from Adobe Creative Cloud to Premiere Pro CC


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    If your footage (based on the provided reference) is black and white, and low contrast, and blurry, your best bet is to manually mask the person out with a feathered edge. While it's possible in Premiere, the tools are atrociously clunky, and you're better off using After Effects to accomplish it.

     

    It would help if you posted the footage here, or at least a representative screenshot so we can get a better idea.


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    Thanks Jason. I will give it a try - using the Limiter on an adjustment layer over the whole timeline.

     

    Are you able to elaborate a little more on what you mean by it's expecting "video levels", and I'm providing "data levels"?

     

    Thanks!


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    I have similar problem. When I import H265 video files, they appear only as audio files in Premiere Pro. But when I tried to open the same files from a different hard drive, it works fine. Weird. Last December everything was all right, this problem appeared just now. I have 13.0.2 version. Other video files and project works normally from that drive. I cleaned Cache, restart computer and it still does not work.

     

    Could you help me, please?


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    Hey guys I tried to export my newest project and got this errorcode

    adobe.PNG

    In english it says:

    Problems while compiling the film

    Problem while exporting

    Problem with ending of rendering

     

    Unfortunally I didnt find anything on google.

    Problem is that i wanted to upload the movie in about 6h..

     

    The video itself was a .mp4, filmed via iPhone and rendered afterwards, 'cause my Laptop can't handle .mov

     

    I dont know what I can do about it, and also I cant reach the adobe support hotline.

     

    My Laptop specs

    adbobe 2.PNG

    Aswell as a GeForce GT840M.

     

    For exporting the media I used "YouTube 1080p" and I didnt change anything but the sound from VBR1 to CBR.

     

    Thanks in advance,

     

    If you need any further Informations I'll provide them asap


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    Adobe Premier is an overpriced piece of sh** that can't even do the job correctly. I spend so much time on the phone with Adobe support team (not to mention that half of them don't even know what they doing) , on forums, etc.

     

    Everyone is always saying, its the monitor, not Premiere, it Quick time use VLC, its this and that...!

     

    Well, I have 4 different computers from MacBook pro 2017 (retina), iMac 2017 5K, 2013 iMac, Mac Pros with Eizo Screens. I calibrate my screens every month and I spend a lot of time and money to make sure everything is Calibrated properly.

     

    As everyone id blaming Quick time for being a bad choice for viewing the footage, its actually not true as the VLC player is the layer. Just export a JPEG from you footage and open it in Photoshop or any software you want. You will see that the colour shift is done by Premiere and the colours are washed out, same as the Quick time player displays. 

     

    All of this colour shift issues will appear in After Effect, Encoder......except Photoshop. Funny enough, if you export your videos in Photoshop, you ok! They will look exactly the same before and after export!

     

    How come Colorista, Final Cut or Photoshop don't have any problems with the colours?  How come its just Adobe Video Programs?

     

    Just to help some of you, when colour grading in Premiere Pro, change your monitor to sRGB. After export, change it back to RGB and the colours will look good.

     

    Adobe should think about improving their software before increasing their prices as they do!


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    I still have this problem, any idea how to fix it?


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    So i'm a beginner to Pr and I was working and pressed on some key, after that every time i would work with my timeline or try to edit things the top right panel would respond instead and I can't drag the player anywhere


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    It's not really an option for us. We run 3 work stations sharing the same media and it works totally fine in while working its just Media Browser that really struggles.

     

    Anyone else experienced this? Or found a solution?


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    Very little to go on:

    FAQ what info should I give....

    Post screenshots of the issue.


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