Skip navigation
sgribber
Currently Being Moderated

Best Export Setting for TV 1080 with constant FPS

Feb 26, 2013 10:09 AM

Tags: #for #settings #export #playback #choppy #to #dslr #tv #footage

1080 23.976fps  DSLR footage

 

Coming from Final Cut Pro,  I would export a ProRes 1080 mov file for my TV.  This would give me a high quality playback.

 

I have experimented with several export options in PP 6 and noticed choppy playback on my TV.  Upon closer inspection, the FPS appears to be changing with each frame. 

 

What settings do I need for a constant 24fps with a high bitrate ?        

 
Replies
  • joe bloe premiere
    4,391 posts
    Dec 6, 2009
    Currently Being Moderated
    Feb 26, 2013 11:11 AM   in reply to sgribber
    ...noticed choppy playback on my TV.  Upon closer inspection, the FPS appears to be changing with each frame.

    What file type and codec did you export for viewing on your TV?

    What are you using to play back on the TV, and what is telling you the fps is changing?

    Does the file play smoothly if re-imported into Premiere?

    What settings do I need for a constant 24fps with a high bitrate ?        

    Whatever fps setting you use on export should not vary or be altered.

     
    |
    Mark as:
  • Currently Being Moderated
    Feb 26, 2013 11:53 AM   in reply to sgribber

    Maybe your laptop cant keep up with the bitrate and size of the movie file.

     
    |
    Mark as:
  • joe bloe premiere
    4,391 posts
    Dec 6, 2009
    Currently Being Moderated
    Feb 26, 2013 11:56 AM   in reply to sgribber

    I agree w/shooternz, back off the bitrate and try again.

     
    |
    Mark as:
  • Currently Being Moderated
    Feb 26, 2013 12:08 PM   in reply to sgribber

    the FPS appears to be changing with each frame. 

     

    That's unlikely.  The video industry is based around a single frame rate for any given file.  And PP itself isn't capable of exporting variable frame rates.  Bitrates, yes, but not frame rates.

     

    For TV viewing of that source material, I recommend the HD 1080p 23.976 preset found under the H.264 format.

     
    |
    Mark as:
  • Currently Being Moderated
    Feb 26, 2013 7:41 PM   in reply to sgribber

    What are the specs of the animated and logo clips?

     
    |
    Mark as:
  • Currently Being Moderated
    Feb 27, 2013 12:04 PM   in reply to sgribber

    Playback via my laptop using Quicktime player.

     

    Try the default HD preset again, but this time using VLC for playback.

     
    |
    Mark as:
  • Currently Being Moderated
    Feb 27, 2013 2:05 PM   in reply to sgribber

    It's the MB that dramatically slows things down.

     
    |
    Mark as:
  • Currently Being Moderated
    Feb 28, 2013 12:59 AM   in reply to sgribber

    You can export your timeline as an avi using a "lossless" codec like Lagarith or UT - both of these are free downloads.

     

    Another good possibility is to use the free Avid DNxHD codec to export as a mov file - this too is visually lossless.

     

    Whether any of these will give a speedy export where you have used MB you will have to see.

     

    Without third-party effects, I find the Avid codec is the quickest to export.

     
    |
    Mark as:

More Like This

  • Retrieving data ...

Bookmarked By (0)

Answers + Points = Status

  • 10 points awarded for Correct Answers
  • 5 points awarded for Helpful Answers
  • 10,000+ points
  • 1,001-10,000 points
  • 501-1,000 points
  • 5-500 points