0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 2, 2015 8:19 PM by Bakkoon

    Adobe Premiere produces large files, why?




      I am having a Little Trouble with Adobe Premiere. I am quite new to the program.


      I have a few Video Clips encoded as H.264 which I want to edit. Each of these Clips weighs about 50 - 200 mb. After editing them together in a way I want with Adobe Premiere the resulting HD Video has about 3.1 gb which is a joke for a H.264 Video which consists of a lot of static Backgrounds which are easy to encode. I encoded the resulting Video again with HandBrake from H.264 to H.264 which reduced the file size to just about 300 mb without a drop in Quality. Is Adobe's implementation of H.264 just that inefficient, or do I have to make some tweaks to the Default Profile to get good results?