Do you mean rendering the timeline for playback, or rendering the video with a preset for output? You can start by making sure the quality setting in the program monitor is set to highest quality, not draft, or automatic. You can also check the Maximize Render Quality option. See the following taken from Adobe's website:
- Maximum Render Quality option
- You can improve rendering of motion, improve deinterlacing, and improve scaling of video. Select Maximum Render Quality in your sequence settings or Use Maximum Render Quality in your export settings.
If the resulting video from an export from Premiere is low in quality, then you need to adjust the bitrate settings, or resolution settings.
In fact, the below-than-expected quality is observed in the video that was exported from Premiere, using the Adobe Media Encoder settings for MPEG2 or H.264 Blu-Ray, both using high quality settings, as 25 to 30 Mbps
Come on forum people
No more contribution?
This is not an relevant issue that matters to anyone else?
Nobody found this type of problem in Premiere?
I hope not be disappointed with the gurus who always support the people in this forum