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Broadcast Television - Best specs to supply news footage

ABC, NBC, Comcast and others all have their own specs. What I've found is that 1080 progressive MP4 (h.264) at 29.97 fps (some rare cases need 59.94), with audio between 192-256 Kbps, usually does the ...
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Export timeline with multiple audio tracks as video with single audio track in DaVinci Resolve 16

The likely culprit is the Audio setting [Output Track 1], which should normally be "Main 1 (Stereo)", which is the default final bus/mix of the audio in the compiled video. When setting it to "All ...
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Export multiple clips from one video as separate files

I did it with shotcut. Credit to: https://forum.shotcut.org/t/export-one-track/7503/3 Steps Load video into shotcut click+drag video down to timeline move playhead to desired position & Split at ...
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Kdenlive - how to export audio only?

Figured it out. Go to "render" and under "destination" select "audio only". Choose a profile and tinker the settings. If you want to export in an undefined format, such as FLAC, you can create new ...
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How to export maximum quality in minimum size

You will want to use the H.264 codec, as it has one of the best quality/filesize-ratios of all the codecs out there. For this codec, your file size (and consequently it's quality) is mainly determined ...
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Broadcast Television - Best specs to supply news footage

Getting a file format that works for everyone is very complicated. However, if you are are trying for network news, it is safe to use MPEG-2 TS 1080i29.97 (CBS, NBC, CNN) or 720p59.94 (ABC, Fox) at ...
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60fps and 30fps clips exported into one file?

Export to 30p. 29.97 to be exact if there is the option. Exporting at 60fps is only going to bloat the file size (twice as many frames) per second-- if it's 60p and not 60i of data to encode. ...
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How should I understand audio levels in FCP7 xml?

How can a keyframe occur at 1252.57 for a clip that has a duration of 766 frames? Because the user could have used a clip that was longer than 1252 frames, set a keyframe, then trimmed the clip down ...
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How to export AviSynth project to video file?

Forget about output filters. Use FFmpeg (Linux, Mac, Windows) with this simple command ffmpeg -i your_avs_file.avs output.mp4 (or output.avi, output.mkv, ...), or any conversion program which ...
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Video Exporting takes too long in Adobe Media Encoder

Are you exporting to h.264? Try rendering to a master file in a intermediate codec like ProRes, Cineform or DNxHR. Rendering to h.264 involves referencing multiple frames to create the intermediate ...
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Exported the same video twice with the same settings yields files with different hashes

Yes, your observation is correct and everything works fine. Even if settings are identitcal, the file hashes will always be different. The reason is quite simple: XMP metadata which is embedded in the ...
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How can I get timecode start times and chapter names as plain text from a video which has chapter markers?

LosslessCut (GUI for ffmpeg and ffprobe, multi-platform, free) Open video file with video markers. A dialog opens: This file has embedded chapters. Do you want to import the chapters as cut-segments?...
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Export multiple clips from timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro

Try this: Make a new sequence. Call it 'Clip 1'. Drag your original sequence into it. It will import as a nested sequence. Set your in and out points on Clip 1. Duplicate the Clip 1 sequence, and ...
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Davinci Resolve 17: How do you export individual clips with timeline audio and effect changes?

I think setting an In- and Outpoint would do the trick. Essentially you are cropping down the timeline to the time between In- and Outpoint. When on the Edit tab, you set the Inpoint by pressing I and ...
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Edit small portion of a compressed video without losing quality

For tasks like this I like the TMPGEnc tools, try Smart Renderer https://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/tmsr5.html. With these tools you can cut & join files, only re-encoding where the cuts / ...
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Which export for display a loop illustration on Facebook?

Giphs have the problem that they are heavily compressed most of the time. Uploading the file to Giphy or facebook might additionally re-format the file and compress it even more, as does youtube or ...
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Exported Lossless Video - Output File Was Lossy

At least using Shotcut, you can get lossless output at minimum file size using the FFV1 codec. In the export window, choose the lossless/FFV1 preset. Click the Advanced button at the bottom. Go to ...
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Export size balloons to a multiple of source material

When you click on the share button you will see “Add Destination “. In the window, you see all the possible export formats. Formats with “Small” or SD will make the export file size smaller. Try MPEG ...
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How can I make an exact 60FPS GIF?

There is no such thing as 60fps GIFs. GIF files store delay time between frames in whole hundredths of second, so it's impossible to make a GIF with exactly 60fps, because value 1 would give you ...
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How can I make an exact 60FPS GIF?

The gif format doesn’t work like this. You won’t be able to get an animation with this high a frame rate. The good news is that many sites which claim to use GIFs actually use mp4 files. I don’t ...
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Where are the Source Scaling Options in Adobe Media Encoder CS6?

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 if ...
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How do I increase my exported video quality?

to get the best quality export from FCPX choose the option from the CODEC "Source = ProRes 422" and then see if that gives you any better results. Alternatively you can choose the option Format = ...
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How to control animated gif speed when exporting from Premier Pro

when you are exporting you should be able to change the frame rate in the basic video setting. If you "un-check" the box of the preset option, you can select the rate between different values.
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How to manage exports when editing lots of videos?

The straight forward way to go about it is to use Adobe Premiere. It's probably the most widely used video editing software currently (read: a lot of third party plugins, massive amount of free ...
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How to manage exports when editing lots of videos?

I would suggest you take a look at DaVinci Resolve 14 and see if it can cover what you need. It depends on what editing you need to do as there aren't much in the way of filters available in the free ...
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Editing 4k footage in 1080p project and rendering in 4k?

To expand on @Dul32's answer: Below is the settings dialog for a new sequence. The settings for the preview (what you see when you're editing) are at the bottom, the actual pixels settings for the ...
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Editing 4k footage in 1080p project and rendering in 4k?

There is two option at sequence setting. Video and video previews. If the video set 4k, and the video previews set 1080, i shoud not be downscale at rendering.
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HitFilm 2017: What's the difference between project video settings and export video settings?

Project settings determine the way your source media will be interpreted (played/processed/pre-rendered) by your NLE application. Export settings determine the format of the file that you are going ...
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Quality loss when exporting motion graphics videos in Premiere Pro

There are 2 things causing this issue: Chroma sub-sampling. This is explained pretty well in this answer. Compression artifacts - For example, the mark above the "1"on the email notification is due ...
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Exported video doesn't look like the preview within Adobe Premiere

Be sure media encoder has the same LUTs in same order - otherwise it will take a different lut... its a better way to browse to your lut in premiere - Media Encoder will use the same path and ...
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