5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 24, 2017 4:46 PM by Kevin-Monahan

    4K No compression video

    DexFever

      Hello

       

      I have a few  3840x2160 images and I want to make a 4k video but I need it to be pixel detailed. I mean is for quality testing in Tv's so the video(in the TV) is examined with a microscope to check the pixels going on and off. All my images are pixel detailed but the final product somehow gets data loss and end with a blurry thing (at pixel lvls).

       

      Any idea?

       

      Yea and srry for bad english

        • 1. Re: 4K No compression video
          Warren Heaton Adobe Community Professional

          What video file format are you currently exporting to?  And, at what settings?

          • 2. Re: 4K No compression video
            DexFever Level 1

            Using premiere CC

            my output 3840x2160, with square pixels, lvl 5.0 with main profile and main tier

            The sequence is a 3840x2160 (1.0) same as output, but some one it drops the quality when rendering

            • 3. Re: 4K No compression video
              Szalam Adobe Community Professional & MVP

              Can we please see a screenshot of your render and output settings?

              • 4. Re: 4K No compression video
                Warren Heaton Adobe Community Professional

                Heya Dex:

                 

                Either of the following two options will give you great image quality:

                A. Add your Comp to the Adobe Media Encoder Queue.  Then, set the format to HEVC (H265) and the preset to Match Source - High Bitrate.

                B. Add your Comp to the Render Queue.  Then, set the Render Settings to "Best Settings" and the Output Module to "Lossless".  Heads up:  You're looking at 32MB per frame (a lot more if you're working at higher than 8 bits per channel).

                 

                Another consideration is how you're going about playing your rendered movies to your TV.  If your TV support playing H265, you're all set.  You're also probably good if you're playing H265 files to your TV via HMDI from your laptop.  If your hardware requires something else, you'll have to consider working with whatever it supports.

                 

                 

                 

                -Warren

                • 5. Re: 4K No compression video
                  Kevin-Monahan Adobe Employee

                  Hi Dexfever,

                  Are you still facing this problem? If not, let us know how you solved it. If so, please let us know so we can assist you further.

                   

                  Thanks,

                  Kevin