Im wondering if somebody can please advise me on something.
I am having an issue exporting h.264 from Premiere Pro CS5. I have been searching online for an answer but couldn't find one.
I export h.264 from the drop down dialogue and this is all fine. The exported file plays fine. The quality is fine, and when I check the properties of the file using (CMD+i) It shows up as h.264.
However when I check the movie properties in Quicktime player 'movie inspector' it shows up as 'AVC Coding' and not 'H.264'
I never even realised this was happening until a client wanted to re-encode the files I sent over in MPEG streamclip and couldn't as it would deliver up an error message.
Its really weird as the file plays fine in any player.
A work around I found is to export the file from Premiere as a PRO RES then re encode as h.264 in MPEG Streamclip but this means I have to encode everything twice..
I have attached a screen grab of my export settings from Premiere. Any advise would be greatly appreciated!
PS I am running on a MAC BOOK PRO, i7,8GB ram, OSX 10.6.8
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Not sure if it's a level thing...according to your screenshot the encoding level is set to 4.2. Try setting it to 4.1. Maybe this could help.Das Leben ist eine Nebelwand voller Rasierklingen. (C. Bukowski)
Tried to reproduce your problem by creating a file on a PC with Premiere CC that matched your specs. Absolutely no problems -- sorry not much help there.
However, check your pixel aspect ratio. Unless your project is cinemascope it should be 1:1 square. Also check your audio settings, that could be hanging up MpegStreamclip.
Avisynth to a x264 GUI (prefer Simple x264 launcher). I just don't know if any of that can be done on a Mac.This is the Tweedledee. And oh, there's the Tweedledum, too.