6 Replies Latest reply on Sep 11, 2014 4:06 PM by A.T. Romano

    640x360 video

    cappedup Level 1

      I need to produce a video clip with the frame size of 640x360.

       

      I am using 300 single still images to make a timelapse. Making timelapses is all good. i usually export at 1080.

       

      I have resized all my images to 640x360, but dont have an option to open a project at that size, or export the clip at that size.

       

      Is it possible. Or will I always have to export at a predetermined size?

       

      Make sense?

        • 1. Re: 640x360 video
          cappedup Level 1

          oops, forgot to add. Premier elements 11. Win 8.1

          • 2. Re: 640x360 video
            A.T. Romano Level 7

            cappedup

             

            What kind of a file do you need to produce - .mov, .wmv, mp4, other? NTSC or PAL setup? Assuming NTSC for now. And what file size?

             

            If we are restricted to the use of those resized 640 x 360 16:9, then let us consider this

             

            1. Project Preset (set manually to)

            ATR Premiere Elements Troubleshooting: PE11: Accuracy of Automatic Project Preset (New Project Dialog) Setting

            NTSC

            AVCHD

            AVCHD LITE 720p30

             

            Edit Menu/Preferences/General, have a check mark next to Default Scale to Frame Size.

             

            2. For the export...

            Publish+Share

            Computer

            AVCHD

            Vimeo SD and customize the export settings under the Advanced Button/Video Tab of the preset

             

            640 360.JPG

            You could take the Bitrate Encoding from "VBR, 1 Pass" to "VBR, 2 Pass", but let us see how this preliminary study turns out.

             

            Please supply and/or confirm more details so that we can fine tune the suggestions. By the way, what were the pixel dimensions and aspect ratio

            of your original photos?

             

            Looking forward to your follow up.

             

            ATR

            • 3. Re: 640x360 video
              cappedup Level 1

              Hey ATR. Thanks for the reply.

               

              The original files are 1920 x 1080.

               

              The output needs to be 640x360 h.264 mp4. NTSC.

               

              I'm AFK at the moment. Will try what you suggest shortly.

               

              Thanks.

               

              Chris.

              • 4. Re: 640x360 video
                cappedup Level 1

                That did it. I didnt realise that SD Vimeo, maintained its mp4 and h264 settings. Didnt check. Many thanks.

                 

                As a side note, do you think that Premier Elements 13 will support H.265?

                 

                Cheers.

                 

                Chris.

                • 5. Re: 640x360 video
                  A.T. Romano Level 7

                  Chris

                   

                  Thanks for the reply.

                   

                  The above should give you the .mp4 file that you seek.

                   

                  Let us see if "should" = "it does".

                   

                  Looking for to your results from your mini test run when you get a chance.

                   

                  ATR

                  • 6. Re: 640x360 video
                    A.T. Romano Level 7

                    Chris

                     

                    Until now, I did not see your post numbered 4 with the great news of success. Great job.

                     

                    So glad the suggestions worked for you.

                     

                    Lots of possibilities working with the Advanced export settings, but setting up the project is also important.

                     

                    Please do not hesitate to ask question or to ask for clarification.

                     

                    Best wishes

                     

                    ATR