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The simple answer: don't use Match Sequence Settings. It really doesn't produce very useful output in almost all circumstances. Rarely will you want to use your preview codec for output--and even if you do, you can still dial it in manually.
You'll typically get OK results by using the presets that match source attributes, if available; sounds like you were exporting using MPEG2-DVD. In that case, you can select one of the "Match" presets and then tweak if necessary. But for the most part, ignore Match Sequence Settings altogether.
Thanks Colin. I will do as you suggested.
I am confused about how to create a project setting as well as Export setting. I have few videos with width 640 & height 360. Frame rate is 29 FPS. In project setting Frame Size i used 640 by 360 & pixel aspect ration is square pixel (1.0) . after i finish with editing i wanna to export in movie so in export setting i click on Match Sequence then render starts with 50% video quality i wanna to make that 100% but option is disable so what to do?
If I don't click on match Sequence then render will come in default size that is 720x480 . In this video quality comes 100%.
I am totally confuse kindly Help in this case.
Welcome to the forum.
"Match Sequence Settings" uses the same settings for export that the sequence uses for preview files. Uncheck that box.
I think the function is poorly named, and the help files are not very helpful regarding what the feature actually does.