What are the best export settings to use for a video posted on facebook
What are the best export settings to use for a video posted on facebook?
I used the H.264 > Vimeo HD presets in Media Encoder with excellent results.
I had so much trouble with this issue and that's something that continually frustrates my boss. I have a HD video what are the settings for it
1920 x 1080, then a few lines down he says 1408 x 792
What should be the parameters when I do a new sequence?
When I look into the window in Premiere Pro I constantly have to "shrink" the image to fit the window, is that something I should do or he says that the configuration of the sequence is bad?
But more importantly what should be the parameters of export? I exported a long video of 4 minutes and the size was 1 GB, I know that it's too big.
I need to export without losing quality and export another one which is consistent with the limits on the size of Youtube and Vimeo.
Vimeo is 500 MB per week, sometimes I download 4 videos per week. I think that Youtube, you can download 500 MB at a time.
I need to get the smaller size with lose the least possible quality AND the best export quality settings, so I suppose I have 3 separate issues.
What are the best settings of sequence for HD video?
What are the best export settings for HD without losing quality?
What are the best export settings for the size of out about 500 MB with losing the least possible quality?
On the thread that above, I used the 5th anwer, and it will take about 7 hours to export a 4 minute video :/
All your questions are answered here.
IM having trouble finding a solid answer for the export of quality more high definition for Instagram. Help, please! Thank you.
Try @72 1080 x 1080 sRGB
Experiment with different quality between 75 & 100 Instagram parameters will apply a standard compression.
What are the best setting of calibration screen for video editing, if you are shooting indoors, without natural light?
Not really related to Prem Pro, however:
Neutral gray scale to set the brightness (white saturation) and contrast (black crush).
White point: 6500K (5800K with ambient lighting)
Brightness: 100-120 (cd/m)
Use a calibration device like SpyderElite (above applies). Grade with a neutral gray background low light level - easier on the eyes.
I am currently updating an old Oracle database. The last phase is to apply foreign keys (their absence on the PB at the moment). It is fine - the keys are easily identified - but it will cause a problem with some of the application that uses these tables. It is written in Oracle Forms (version 10g, although a large part of the code is from an earlier version). In some forms, the block order is such that the detail is committed to the master! Of course, this now gives a constraint error. This was done largely for the purposes of validation, for example. to check some detail item exists before committing the master.
What is the best way to solve this problem now? Is the trigger of the POST-FORMS-COMMIT the best to use for validation?
The only idea I have for this would be to "rewrite" the userexit-standard pl/SQL code and proceed in the same way (POST-FORMS-COMMIT)
I've seen several ads for the glass screen protector and bulletproof glass, do not know what is the best!
There are probably thousands of cases and a whole bunch of screen protectors. Because nobody here knows your needs, preferences or budget, even if we knew everything about each other, we still know not which one would be best for you. I suggest that you sort your search results by hand and then read a representative sampling of the most popular to those reviews.
I shoot with a low point and shoot digital camera. I take the files AVI-video from the camera, which are quite large, and edit them in Windows Live Movie Maker 2011 and then save them as WMV files that are typically much smaller. I like to create DVDs with better videos using Windows DVD creation or another program video. My question is what bit rate to specify when I publish the films completed as WMV files?
My camera AVI files can be played in Windows Media Player. They have little of rates which vary from about 3 Mbit/s to a little more than 5 Mbps. Is STANDARD DEFINITION 640 x 480 VGA quality video.
Movie Maker default bitrate for the option "burn to DVD" is 2.99 MB/s. I do not notice a difference in quality between the 2 MB/s I usually use and. (I chose 2 Mbps, because in the past, I've used Windows Media Encoder and it defines "DVD quality" like 1-2 Mbps transmission speed and quality "HD" as 5 Mbps.) Bit rates below 1 Mbps up to 500 Kbps have been defined as "Quality VHS" and below which has been 'QVGA quality'.
With important videos, I publish movies with a flow rate of 5 Mbps. Default speed of movie Maker for videos "to be played on my computer" is 7.69 Mbps, but it's more than the AVI from the camera, then how is this possible? How can save the file with a bit rate higher than the bit rate of the input file?
Is another experiment, a good way to decide on the rate of good bit for my projects?
Thanks for joining us out on Microsoft Community Forums. I understand that you want to know the best bitrate for video files Windows media burn on DVD.
I suggest you check out the link to check the bit rate and resolution.
The movie settings: frequently asked questions.
Refer to this video file formats can I choose to publish my movie in windows movie maker? The link above.
If you face problems more while working with Windows Mail on Microsoft Community Forums, we will be happy to help you.
I did research with conflicting results using Google in terms of finding the best BlackBerry model to develop themes for sale on world BlackBery.
I developed for mainly the Curve 8520 themes, but I'm sure that's not the most popular actually sell themes for... See if you have enough money to buy a mid to the end range model, you would probably also extra money for byt a theme...
I would really appreciate if someone could help me whith this question!
Thanks a ton
Good luck with your business.
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I have HP Pavilion dv6-1115e laptop, which Windows Vista was the original OS. Recently I upgraded to Windows 7-64 bit version, but I still use pilots who originallay came for Windows Vista (no problem at all for the moment). Now I have thoughts of installing drivers that are specifically for Windows 7 64 bit to improve performance. So what I need to first uninstall each software driver and then install the new versions OR I can install them without deleting the previous versions? It would lead to a kind of shock?
Normally you can just update the drivers without uninstalling existing, unless the installation instructions will tell you to do.
Some driver packages will automatically uninstall the old drivers before installing new.
More simply install on the current criteria. I rarely uninstall drivers before updating them.
After you update a driver, you must always check the tab driver in the Device Manager for the device that you updated to ensure that the new driver installed. You can check this tab before update and then after you updated to note the date/version of the pilot before and the driver date and version later.
If for some reason, there was no change, then I uninstall the current driver and try reinstalling the newest one.
Others may have different opinions.
In advance, thank you for your time.
I'm downloading sports videos on YouTube especially snooker.
The videos are captured with a video camera high quality and then edited with Adobe Premiere CS4.
Can I ask two questions:
1. who are the best export settings for Youtube if you use a file of source Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 30 frames per second?
For the export file, I use the same width and height that the source file is 1920 x 1080.
However, the original file is shot at 30 frames per second, but I read somewhere that I have included use 59,94 frames per second for the export file, and it seems to work even if it doesn't sound right, it :-)
My current settings for my export file are:
Main Concept H.264 video
Width and Height: 1920 x 1080
FPS: 59,94 frames per second
Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels
Encoding Bitrate: VBR, 1 Pass (I also use 2 because there is no worse that it takes just as long to return, pls correct me if I'm wrong)
Target Bitrate: 4.8
Maximum flow rate: 8.2
PLEASE PLEASE FIX THE ABOVE SETTINGS AND EXPLAIN WHY IF POSSIBLE, THANK YOU MUCH :-)
2 is it normal that the video export plays a lot on my PC but when uploaded to YouTube it jumps frames and it seems a little choppy?
I watched a lot of clips on YouTube in 720 p or 1080 p and v seemed good, when I looked at my that he wasn't playing as well as it does on my pc.
Should I keep in mind to help the YouTube Player by chnaging my export settings.
If you please comment on the above and also watch my videos for your comments on how to improve the quality.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME!
Best wishes form Athens Greece
You are welcome
interlaced was sorta invented for use with the tv broadcast and the quality is very good and sometimes even better than progressive (even today) if there is a lot of 'Action' in a scene (less blur in the individual images if you look at the individual images to compare)... also, most DVD to date were burned of interlaced footage and many blue ray are too...
The DVD or blue ray player can understand what type of tv it is connected to (widescreen digital tv or old crt 4:3 tv) and deliver the right signal to make it all good look...
So there is no need to think progressive isn't automatically BETTER interlaced... it depends on a lot of things...
lets see if Ann weighs with cs4 settings for you... then read you these files pdf, hehe... you'll be an expert in no time!
PS... If you are interested, check out the news of color samples (you YUV and 4.2.0
I mention this as it might be more useful late re: reproduction of the right color on your exports (your color of youtube has been a little more 'saturated' IMO... very very green and very very red)... then at some point maybe that can be fixed up a little bit too...
What are the best settings to export the .mov file? I have movie 1280 x 720 and I can export without problem, but sometimes it jumps or gets stuck when I play. I don't know if it's my video card or the actual file. I used better quality setting and compressor H.264.
As you suggest, it could be a problem with your hardware that is not in a position to make the video on this particular resolution,
I tried the same thing and it works fine for me without any problem. You can always export the movie in a format you want and then use other software video converter to get the desired format. If your video does not work then you can also, to let know you that there is a problem with your hardware.
What are the best settings for video export in first Pro Cs5.5 in HD MP4 format?
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you
Under the H.264 are several presets for ipad.
Experiment with those.
Looks like me 720 p is the largest export format.
What are the best settings to standard calibration for the XBR65X850C?
Thank you for your time to write a post.
We are very sorry for the late reply.
Change the picture or the sound settings of your TV depends on your preferences and on what you watch/listen to.
You can use the settings preset for image and sound.
In addition, to better enjoy your viewing experience, follow these steps:
- Install the latest software update. The updated software and the driver for your Sony product are available online.
- Set the automatic software download setting to automatically download software updates.
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With the help of Jorma is was able to realize my PPTX in continuous loop, and change the number of seconds a slide was shown see How to let a pptx presentation run on its own
There is only one question left. What are the best settings. I find that to let him run, I need to press the sync button, but then participants may choose (inadvertently) to stop the presentation of the execution of the loop.
What are the correct settings, so that a participant sees only the slides (no side bar etc) and the loop is running?
Your response is much appreciated
You should not need to press the Sync button. In the options menu Pod for the sharing, with the loaded PPT module, you'll see an option to view the presentation bar. Use that to get the part for the hosts and presenters in the room, then press the button play. The presentation will be now play in a mode loop for everyone in sync mode. You can also hide the PlayBar to keep other hosts and presenters to stop playback and Participants will never see the PlayBar or have the option to stop the presentation.
In addition, if your door essentially on the sharing module (highlight a focus), you can use the 'P' button to start playing the presentation without revealing the PlayBar to just anyone. Adobe Connect 9 * accessibility features
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