Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of Encode/PremierePro


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Aug 19, 2014, 10:39:25 PM (3 years ago)
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llogan
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add note to save as new project file for paranoia, fix links, nits

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  • Encode/PremierePro

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    5 Adobe Media Encoder can lack the quality, flexibility, and control that `ffmpeg` can provide. There are two main methods to get your movie from Premier to `ffmpeg`: 
     5Adobe Media Encoder can lack the quality, flexibility, and control that `ffmpeg` can provide. There are two main methods to get your movie from Premiere to `ffmpeg`: 
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    7 * Output to a lossless intermediate file 
     7* Output to a lossless intermediate file, or 
    88* Use a frameserver 
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    1010Creating a lossless intermediate file and using it as an input for `ffmpeg` might seem simpler, but it has two obvious downsides: you have to wait for the file to be encoded, and the output file size can be very large. A frameserver will transfer the data to `ffmpeg` without the need for a large temporary file, but it is a more complicated method. Both methods have their uses and this guide will show how to do both. 
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     12{{{ 
     13#!div style="border: 1pt dotted; margin: 1em; background-color: #fffff9;" 
    1214  '''Note:''' These instructions were written using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. 
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    14 == Outputting to a lossless intermediate file == 
     17== Output to a lossless intermediate file == 
    1518 
    16191. Save your project and close Premiere Pro 
     
    2427[[Image(premiere-export-settings-lossless.png)]] 
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    26 5. 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. 
     295. Now you can encode with `ffmpeg` using your lossless file as an input. See the [[Encode/H.264|H.264 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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    28 == Using a frameserver == 
     31== Use a frameserver == 
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    30331. Install [http://www.debugmode.com/frameserver/ Debugmode FrameServer], [http://avisynth.org/ Avisynth] (32-bit), and [http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/ ffmpeg] (32-bit static build). 
     
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    54 See the [[x264EncodingGuide|FFmpeg and x264 Encoding Guide]] for more encoding details and examples. 
     57See the [[Encode/H.264|H.264 Encoding Guide]] for more encoding details and examples. 
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    5659== FAQ == 
     
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    6669=== The "Export Settings" window in Premiere does not show up === 
    67 Probably a bug in Premiere when using Debugmode !FrameServer. Save your project and restart Premiere. 
     70Probably a bug in Premiere when using Debugmode !FrameServer. Save your project (as a new project file) and restart Premiere. 
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    6972=== The audio is out of sync after I encode with `ffmpeg` from the frameserver === 
     
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    7679== Also See == 
    77 * [[x264EncodingGuide|FFmpeg and x264 Encoding Guide]] 
    78 * [[AACEncodingGuide|FFmpeg and AAC Encoding Guide]] 
     80* [[Encode/H.264|H.264 Encoding Guide]] 
     81* [[Encode/AAC|AAC Encoding Guide]]