So when you hit queue on premiere pro export window, you run media encoder and then just starting encoding. Nothing to unusual, but ...
As you can see the two sreenshots I've made, there is significaly difference between AME exported video and the one encoded directly from premiere pro.
I also did try to put original video to AME and encode with the same settings. The result was just like the one from premiere. So what that means? Don't use queue in Pr...
Original file was 720p scaled to 236p, codec .h264
to see original pic just click on it...
I can't see a difference when looking at the images on the forum. However, when I downloaded both and viewed them in Photoshop at 250%, the one on the first image above (which downloads as 216370_450_272_cache.jpg) has noticibly more artifacts. If possible, please encode the same short segment via direct export from PPRO and by queuing to AME, and post the resulting clips--we can tell far more from actual video clips than screenshots from those clips.
Please specify which preset you're using; if you're using a custom preset, please post a copy of it. Did you use exactly the same preset for both encodes?
Also, please review this post and provide relevant details: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1011883.
The second picture is much more sharper...but ok. Here are two clips,
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using MPE GPU acc
H.264, 25fps, progressive,VBR 2 pass 1Mbps (1.5Mpbs Max), no audio
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dont tell me you dont see the difference
While I'm able to view the two clips, I find no way to download them. It's not enough to look at them in Windows Media Player; we need to analyze them in various ways, which requires having copies of them locally. If you do not have a server where you can post them for us to download, then we'll provide logininfo for an Adobe server to which you can upload them.
It would also help to have at least one source clip and the PPRO project--the more closely we can mimic your real-world scenario, the more quickly we can try to reproduce the issue.
Likewise, while it's somewhat useful to see the export settings you list, there are quite a few that you do not include. It will be infinitely more helpful to have a copy of the exact preset. So please export your preset and post that for us as well.
Well I hope everyone figured out how to download the two clips, btw it wasnt windows media player but a built in player in your browser which support html5. Anyway here is the link for .epr
the source was 720p 25fps MOV file from Nikon D7000, I will upload a short clip, if you want, later.
no need for my source...
Put any HD video on timeline, apply warp stabilizer and queue the job.
I did a test and I figured out that for some reason it is the warp stabilizer that does screw the image...
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