Has anyone else had the same problem I'm getting?
When I render out my file from CS3, Prem has added an extra pixel to my file.
Frame Rate- 15
1 Pass VBR
Target bitrate - 0.5
Max Bitrate - 1
Under Multiplexer I have .mp4 selected not .gpp(although I tested .gpp but still got that pesky extra pixel)
So basically my outputted file is 854x682
I know my frame size is odd, but it is very specific for the project and cannot be altered for various reasons so please don't tell me I need to be altering my frame size, as I can't. Also the the orignal footage is a mix of screen captures and graphics.
Thanks in advance.
This is a dilemma. You are in the same position as when you tell your computer to only use 0 and 0.6 and forget about the binary system (0 and 1). It is pretty hard to change the fundamentals and intrinsic logic that is built in every computer. One has to give and my bet is that you need to give.
Try a different export codec. Many codecs require frame sizes that are
multiples of 8, 4 or 2. Apparently, H.264 doesn't like your odd dimension.
I do hope that is possible, but when a single pixel is disastrous, using another codec may be the same disaster. I personally can not understand why 854 would not be acceptable. Nobody sees that one extra pixel.