2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 11, 2013 3:18 AM by Trevor.Dennis

    How to render video without doubling original file size after minimal change

    H3nny

      Using Photoshop CC, I am importing an otherwise finished H.264 960 x 540 video as a smart object and adding one tiny image for a few seconds and a transition. When I render the video, the file is over twice as large as the original (99KB to 224.6 KB). The only difference I can see is that audio saved in the original as 44.1 kHz mono, is saved in the new version as 48 kHz stereo.  Please can you help me find out how can I render the video whilst maintaining the original quality without increasing the file size so much?  Thank you.