Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Encode/PremierePro


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Nov 27, 2012, 5:57:52 AM (7 years ago)
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llogan
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  • Encode/PremierePro

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    20204. Under "Export Settings" choose "Format: AVI" and make sure "Export Video" and "Export Audio" are both checked. Then under "Video Codec" choose "Ut Video Codec YUV420". Lastly, check your "Basic Video Settings" to make sure Premiere did not screw around with the frame size, frame rate, etc, as it is apt to do.
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     22[[Image(premiere-export-settings-lossless.png)]]
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    22245. Now you can encode with `ffmpeg` using your lossless file as an input. See the [[x264EncodingGuide|FFmpeg and x264 Encoding Guide]] for more information. You can then delete the temporary lossless file once you are satisfied with your `ffmpeg` output.
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    36384. Under "Export Settings" choose "Format: !DebugMode !FrameServer" and make sure "Export Video" and "Export Audio" are both checked. Give your file the same name and path as shown in your Avisynth script (`output.avi` in `c:\encode` for this example).
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     40[[Image(premiere-export-settings.png)]]
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    38425. The !FrameServer setup window will appear. Choose "Next".
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     44[[Image(frameserver-setup.png)]]
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    40466. Now you can encode with `ffmpeg` using your Avisynth script as an input. Example:
     
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    56 This means you are probably trying to use 64-bit `ffmpeg` with 32-bit Avisynth. For simplicity this guide demonstrated usage of 32-bit builds.
     62This means you are probably trying to use 64-bit `ffmpeg` with 32-bit Avisynth. For simplicity this guide demonstrates usage of 32-bit builds.
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    5864=== The "Export Settings" window in Premiere does not show up ===