It is possible to create a custom Publish & Share preset, however, to match whatever output format you'd like.
Referring to customization of an export preset under its Advanced Button/Video Tab......bottom line...you cannot customize the X-AVC S export presets to those that you specifically asked about.
There is no custom export available in Premiere Elements 13/13.1 for 3840 x 2160 @ 59.94 or 60 progressive frames per second even when you try to customize the export preset of MP4 - 3840 x 2160 29.97 30 Mbps or MP4 - 3840 x 2160 29.97 200 Mbps.
The Profile and Level settings under the Advanced Button/Video Tab are already at max.
I have found this to be the case trying to customize any of those XAVC-S export presets to p59.94 and p50.
You have apparently found the same.
Yes, you have found exactly what I found two days ago, much to my surprise.
So did Adobe screw up? Did they create a Project setting and then forget to create an Export setting to match? Or was there some legitimate reason to create those two Project Settings which I'm missing and which is still valid, even if one cannot export a project with those settings?
In addition, are there additional Export Settings or Project Settings available out there in the great Web, either free or for sale, which can be imported into the program?
I also discovered there is an extreme lack of flexibility if one wants to build projects, or export projects, with 5.1 audio. The application supposedly works to accommodate the parameters of whichever video clip is first brought into a project. But I found that is not the case with a 5.1 clip. I find the only way to preserve a Project that has been created with 5.1 is to force those settings. If I do not, bringing in a 5.1 video clip will automatically flip the project to stereo. The application appears to assume that all video clips are stereo, even if they're not, and always flips the project settings accordingly when that first clip is brought in. The only exception is if that 5.1 clip matches the Project Setting in EVERY particular. Otherwise the flip to stereo always occurs, even with 5.1 clips.
Thank you for the follow up.
I am not Adobe. Just user to user. No insider information. So that is the question that I wonder about....Adobe matter by design or oversight. Whatever, the case it "is what it is", and it exists in Premiere Elements 12/12.1 as well.
As for 5.1 channel video in Premiere Elements, I have done a lot of innovative work in that area without insider information.
The following may be of interest, especially the parts about creating your own project preset which includes a description for 5.1 channel. Lots more in the following
The frequency of the Adobe presence in the Adobe Premiere Elements Forum is undefined. But from time to time Adobe Staff and members of the PRE_help team do enter current version 13 threads to comment. When they do, they are very helpful and informative. I have no way of knowing PRE_help will contribute to your thread.
Please let me know if you have any questions or need clarification on the above.
Meantime, remember what the purpose of import settings and output settings are.
Import settings are to match various source formats as accurately as possible.
Exports are to provide the best specs for outputting for specific uses.
Since Premiere Elements does not "smart render" XAVC video, there's no reason every import setting must have a corresponding export setting.
Thank you so much, A.T. (Can't figure out how to reply to your message with quote.) I had NO IDEA one could write one's own Project presets! (I've been writing Exports Presets like crazy for days, which is how I discovered the hole on the 2160i 50 and 59.94 projects.) I will definitely use this info; thanks!!!
Steve, my understanding of Project Settings was to define what sort of video one wanted to create, not to accommodate imported clips. So what you point out was not known to me, so thanks for the insight.
Thanks for the reply.
Just in case note....
which is how I discovered the hole on the 2160i 50 and 59.94 projects.
Did you really mean i50 and 59.94 projects?
All the 3140 x 2160 project presets and export presets are described for progressive frame rates.
The following may be of interest with regard to Premiere Elements project presets. Although pointing at version 11, it applies to 12/12.1 and 13/13.1 as well.
Whoops, sorry. Yes, you're right, p, not i. Sorry about that; thanks for catching that.
And in Premiere Elements, project settings are designed to match the source video for best performance -- not the specs of the video you plan to output.
You say "The following may be of interest with regard to Premiere elements project presets," apparently referring to some sort of link. But it appears you have inadvertently omitted that link. Could you provide it? Thanks!!
Post 11 is an interesting question. I am trying to reflect back to where I was going in post 8 with that possible reference of interest for you, bu so far I not sure what extra information I was going to share. Lots of possibilities. But, the limiting details that I gave include "...originally pointing to 11 and applying to 12 and 13 as well as..." coupled with project presets.
I had already given you links for creating your own video 5.1 channel project presets. (See post 4).
There was a case in 11 where the 1080p60 and 1080p50 project presets went missing for some. Adobe supplied downloads of those files to correct that situation. But, that type of situation has not been seen in 12 and 13. Missing presets
It could have been the following where I got into the installation NTSC vs PAL TV Profile as it impacts Default Project Preset
And, I have detailed and discussed your 4K Missing Presets in my blog, but that was after I wrote the reply 8 in your thread.
I will think about this some more. Hope all is going well with your Premiere Elements projects.