6 Replies Latest reply on Jul 29, 2013 10:14 AM by A.T. Romano

    File formate

    dacecilie

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        • 1. Re: File formate
          A.T. Romano Level 7

          dacecilie

           

          What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?

           

          Assuming that you are using Premiere Elements 11 Windows

           

          What is your project preset?

           

          What are the properties of your source media on the TImeline?

           

          And, of immediate focus, what are you setting for your export....

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          Adobe Flash Video

          with Presets = F4V - HD 1080p (Flash 9 and Higher)

           

          or

           

          Something else?

           

          Are you aware of the Advanced Button for each preset. You can customize the export settings under Advanced Button/Video Tab and Audio Tab and any other Tabs there.

           

          Please review the above and then we can decide what next.

           

          Thank you.

           

          ATR

          • 2. Re: File formate
            dacecilie Level 1

            I am using a MacBookPro OS X 10.7.3 and Elements 11

             

            What is your project preset? Default

             

            What are the properties of your source media on the TImeline?

            Not sure

             

            And, of immediate focus, what are you setting for your export....

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            Computer

            Adobe Flash Video

            with Presets = F4V - HD 1080p (Flash 9 and Higher)

            Yes this is what I used

             

            When I go to advanced and un click resize video, I get a massage that 1920x1080 unsupported frame size

            • 3. Re: File formate
              A.T. Romano Level 7

              dacecilie

               

              You definitely do not want to leave "Resize Video" unchecked. Its description includes:

              "Select to change the output frame size. If you unchecked, the output frame size is determined based on source properties."

              This export choice is set for 1920 x 1080 and you want 1920 x 1080, so leave the Resize Video with check mark.

               

              You should be able to use the default settings and not get the problem that you describe. But, if you changed anything under the Advanced Button, Video Tab...have Profile = High and Level = 5.1.

               

              But let us look into your source on the Timeline and how the project is set up...

               

              First, if you go to Edit Menu/Project Settings/General, what do you see for Editing Mode, Timebase, and Frame Size?

               

              Second, if you right click you source's thumbnail in Project Assets and select Properties, what do you see for Frame Size and Frame Rate?

               

              Let us see how we do with the above requested information. If necessary, we can go after a properties readout for your source on the Timeline using a free program such a MediaInfo.

              http://mediaarea.net/en/MediaInfo

               

              Thanks.

               

              ATR

              • 4. Re: File formate
                dacecilie Level 1

                Hi

                 

                Editing Mode it is grayed out but it says AVCHD 1080 sp Timebase it is grayed out but it says, 59,94 Frame Size 1920x1080

                 

                Properties 1920x1080 Rate 59,94

                • 5. Re: File formate
                  A.T. Romano Level 7

                  dacecile

                   

                  What are you using to view the .f4v file that is produced from your source 1080p60 file and 1080p60 project.

                   

                  I think that I am seeing what you are describing when I use your settings and view the exported .f4v via VLC Media Player and QuickTime.

                   

                  I have found one workaround and am in the process of confirming.

                   

                  Coming soon.

                   

                  ATR

                  • 6. Re: File formate
                    A.T. Romano Level 7

                    dacecilie

                     

                    Please take a look at the following and let us know if this worked around the issue that you presented.

                     

                    No need to change your 1080p60 project preset that was set for your 1080p60 source.

                     

                    However, the export area is going to need a change of frame rate in the Export Settings dialog under the Advanced Button/Video Tab of the preset. So,

                     

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                    Computer

                    Adobe Flash Video

                    with Presets = F4V - HD 1080p (Flash 9 and Higher)

                    Advanced Button

                    Video Tab

                    DO NOT USE SAME AS SOURCE

                    There is no 59.94 frames per second choice

                    Select the choice of 29.97 frames per second

                     

                    That seemed to work for playback of this export in VLC Media Player, QuickTime Player. and Internet Explorer.

                     

                    Thanks.

                     

                    ATR