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Render Question

PostPosted: 01/19/2017, 5:02 pm
by Dmaroc
So I need to export an uncompressed version of a video in Premiere for YouTube, but every time I upload it to YT it looks compressed. I don't know why considering I have seen plenty of videos on youtube that look uncompressed...Why is that? How can I export an uncompressed video to get a nice result on YT?

Thanks

Re: Render Question

PostPosted: 01/19/2017, 6:36 pm
by JPT7505
What are your output settings and what does YouTube accept?

Re: Render Question

PostPosted: 01/20/2017, 2:49 am
by Farmfield
Youtube will automatically recompress if your video falls outside their "range" of encoding settings (here), so the best way is to use Media Encoder or alike to compress within those limits thus you have the control over the compression.

But if I remember correctly, if you upload in 4K (and no need to rerender, you can upres in Media Encoder or whatever), Youtube will automatically reduces the compression settings compared to if you upload 1080p.

And usually very visible compression is due to a video having a tint, especially towards the blue. Does that sound like it might apply to your video?

Re: Render Question

PostPosted: 01/20/2017, 2:31 pm
by Dmaroc
Well here is a screenshot of my problem...You can really tell the difference in the bottom part of the image. The "ORIGINAL" is what the video looks like in Premeire.

Re: Render Question

PostPosted: 01/20/2017, 3:07 pm
by Farmfield
Try the upscaling trick, that's the only thing that might help, I think.

Re: Render Question

PostPosted: 01/20/2017, 4:11 pm
by Dmaroc
Ok, ill give it a try. Thanks!