7 Replies Latest reply on Jan 29, 2012 4:04 AM by Ann Bens

    How do I arrange for the Premiere output to be as near the same as the input as possible?

    informatology Level 1

      A newbie question.

       

      I am editing a ten minute video down to a 90 second clip, with an added jpeg and a watermark. The first (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQ3UOlHY3GE) turned out fine in terms of HD and widescreen. The second (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgin-kBcep8) has not – it’s all scrunched. They both started out as identical format [1920x1080, 14005kbps data rate, 14133kbps total bitrate, 50 frames/second) MP4 files; the good output format is a (1920x1080, 25920kbps data rate, 2630kbps total bitrate, 25 fps) “Movie Clip”, whereas the poor output is a (720x576, 28807kbps data rate, 30343kbps total bitrate, 25fps) “Video Clip”.

       

      How do I arrange it for the Premiere output to be as near the same as the input as possible, so as to present in YouTube as HD and fully widescreen? My guess is that I am doing something stupid when I open the incoming file.