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I avoid AME and use x264 via ffmpeg for H.264 encoding. From Premiere I prefer to output a temporary lossless compressed format as the intermediate, such as the free and open-source Ut video, instead of DNxHD/DNxHR/ProRes. This avoids any generation loss (minor as it may be with ProRes/DNxHD, but still technically present as they are not lossless). Also, I'm ...


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Adobe licenses its H.264 encoder from Mainconcept, which doesn't do that well at low bitrates. x264 is pretty much the frontier when it comes at low size output for a given quality target, or quality for a given bitrate target. x264 is what's used by platforms like Youtube / Vimeo ..etc to encode user videos. One thing you could try is to increase the ...


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