by Larry Jordan Adobe Premiere Pro CC supports four codecs for HDR output: H.264 HEVC JPEG 2000 XAVC-Intra However, there’s nothing online about HOW to export these and retain the high dynamic range images. Recently, in talking with Adobe, I discovered they have an unpublished guide to exporting and compressing HDR media. I was given permission to […]Read more "Adobe Premiere Pro CC: HDR Compression Guide"
by Pond5 Video is the fastest-rising form of communication, with high-quality recording devices more accessible than ever and marketplaces like Pond5 providing everything you need to make amazing videos without even picking up a camera. Meanwhile, the number of platforms for sharing your videos is also expanding, and each one has its own specifications for video formats, […]Read more "Export Video Settings for YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter"
by Peter Wiggins, fcp.co Some people say it doesn’t matter. Some say it slashes export times. So who is right? We thought we would put FCPX to the test and find out if pre-rendering timelines gives shorter export times. We’ve got some interesting results! Read more…Read more "Must Do: Does Rendering a Final Cut Pro X Project Speed up the Export?"
by Jason Cox via Wipster While Adobe Premiere Pro may be one of the most dominant forces in all of post-production, that doesn’t mean it’s the easiest to use. While you may have mastered Multicam sequences, layering secondary Lumetri color corrections and modifying audio channels, many editors palms start to sweat when they reach for […]Read more "Understanding Premiere Pro’s Confusing Export Settings"
by Idustrial Revolution Exporting burnt-in captions from Final Cut Pro X is easy, but the process isn’t immediately obvious In this tutorial below, we show the steps needed to export burnt-in captions from FCPX. We also highlight some options available should you want to output anything different to the default style. Final Cut Pro X 10.4.1 […]Read more "HOW TO EXPORT FROM FINAL CUT PRO X WITH BURNT-IN CAPTIONS"
by Oliver Kmia, Fstoppers Premiere Pro and After Effects users were never able to export ProRes files on Windows computers but this limitation has just been lifted by the latest Adobe update. “Please render the video in ProRes.” How many times did video editors hear this request from a client or an agency? At this […]Read more "This Is Huge: Adobe Now Supports ProRes Export on Windows"
by Iain Anderson, macprovideo.com Exporting and Sharing have been covered many times here, but since the advent of 4K, things have changed just a little and it’s worth a quick recap. If you want more information on what YouTube or Vimeo are going to do to your file, read this article here. And if you want […]Read more "Final Cut Pro X: Better H.264 Exports"