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The process and techniques used when storing moving images, sound, metadata and other streams as a digital file.

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It depends a bit on your file format. But it is possible; if you create a title as a separate video you can concatenate (join) the title and the original video usng tools such as ffmpeg. Generally thi …
answered Jan 27 '15 by stib
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If you are archiving the video you're not going to get better quality than the original files. So why not just save those and a copy of the project? To make it easier you can use the project manager F …
answered May 12 '15 by stib
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There's a table here showing support for the various video codecs by the four main browsers around today. For Chrome and Safari the only option that plays on both is h.264 in an mp4 container. I've f …
answered Feb 6 '14 by stib
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If you're authoring DVDs to be played on DVD players, then this won't work. I checked it out way back when there was a significant price difference between CD and DVD media. If the end users are all …
answered Apr 13 '15 by stib
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In the docs for FFV1 there's a parameter -context, which can be set to 'small' or 'large'. That's all the documentation I can find. While I'm at it, what are the relative benefits of the different …
asked Sep 27 '18 by stib
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I'm not happy when I'm rendering unless I can actually smell burning plastic, nothing is more frustrating than AE telling you that your render won't complete until the heat death of the universe, whil …
answered Jun 21 '17 by stib
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EDIT: This bug has been fixed. If you're experiencing the problem below, try updating ffmpeg I need to supply video with alpha as a prores4444 encoded file. I've been trying to use ffmpeg, but for on …
asked Dec 2 '16 by stib
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If you're just looking for the h.264 match source settings preset, you'll find it in the Preset Browser under System Presets > Broadcast > H.264 If you have another preset that you want to use, or …
answered Feb 27 '19 by stib
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The problem I'm having is that the encoding isn't dealing very well with the content. …
asked Mar 27 '14 by stib
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Leave them as they are. If storage space is limited you could recompress them, but given that the files coming from the DSLR are already compressed, to get an appreciable size reduction you would hav …
answered Feb 4 '16 by stib
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Is there a way of specifying a quality setting for h.264 that is not software dependant? I'm trying to help a colleague create a specification for outside contractors when they deliver video to us fo …
asked Mar 2 '15 by stib
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The preset determines how fast the encoding process will be – at the expense of compression efficiency. … Not sure how well they deal with batch encoding, and this is not a recommendation, because I don't use any of them. Time to toughen up and use the command line! …
answered Jul 6 '16 by stib
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Just like with text encoding, e.g. ascii or unicode, but with video you take a raster (grid of pixels) and turn that into a stream of data. …
answered Apr 20 '17 by stib
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There doesn't as yet seem to be support for RGBA encoding in 4444 and 444xq which the official Apple codec supports. … The prores_ks encoder is now default, and you only need to specify prores in the command, even when encoding prores 4444. …
answered Jan 28 '15 by stib