Basic video settings: TV Shape: PAL Frame Size [pixel] 1920x1080
Frame rate [fps]: 25 Field Order: Upper
Level: 4.1 [X] rendering with maximum depth
Bitrate Encoding: VBR, 2 pass Bitrate Level: High Target Bitrate [Mbps]: 25 Max bit rate [Mbit / s]: 30
Advanced Settings  Set keyframe interval  Macroblock Adaptive Frame / Field Coding
[X] Max rendering quality using use  preview [X] frame blending use
Although I have a feeling that this is about a the best settings, I believe the Final result is not 100%.
I see some noise, weaker contours and movements of the liquid no longer seem so as the original.
Is this normal after having edited a video has, or is it perhaps better settings?
I am aware that I am with a slight loss of quality must be expected. But I always thought that this can hardly be be seen.
Even if I Project to Encore and export directly a Blue-ray burn I have the same effect.
For suggestions I would be very grateful!
Antwort von Fendt:
just read yesterday that one should be "smart rendering" option. With this option, the original files that you have not worked, without recalculating to include in the video. This speeds up the calculation time and to improve quality. Then the question, what is your UasgangsBitrate. I know your camera, but the traditional HD cameras are generally 17 to 24 Mbits some Mbits. Without this I know I can imagine that an artificial extrapolating irgentwas changed. But it will never be able to improve quality. But perhaps negative influence ... Too high a data rate of the playback device can be synonymous overwhelm Without the file must be bad, it looks after choppy or just in motion noise. Idea: Enable Smart Rendering Bit rate to target: 13 Mbits to Max 17Mbit Format other than MP4 (I personally do not MP4, I'm probably too stupid to go switch, but I find other High "containers" better) If it's another "container" is possible
Let's see me, what comes out there now.
Antwort von Jörg:
Apart from the fact that they could synonymous 1080/50p. But this is not my knowledge of Adobe officially supported.
Let's expand your knowledge ;-)) Premiere supports the 1080 50 p in full, so the import, for sequencing (1 click) to the completely correct export in 1080 50p. What is not supported, the creation of BR with these parameters, these are the specs of BR simply not provided. Here, the legendary value on quality not avoid cutter in 25p/50i or other resolutions, it is its authors in 720 BR 50 p. The result is a wonderful results, beyond all FullHD discussions. This should be your workflow to the fantastic results of this option depends on standard full advantage.
No idea what does smart render Mr Fendt with, I do not know any NLE? the avc files treated in such a way I would synonymous his opinion of H264 disagree vehemently. Try the above described way, then tell something about the result.