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  1. The video file I'm editing has an average bitrate of 1019 Kbps and the video editing software I'm using can only choose between 15000-60000 Kbps for mp4 video files of 2048x1536 resolution. Would giving the video a higher average bitrate be a good idea?
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  2. A) You don't seem to have any choice.
    B) Assuming you're using a lossy codec, the higher the bitrate you use the less losses you will get.
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    And the next question is:

    "Why is my video suddenly much larger in size than it previously was ?"
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    And the next question is:

    "Why is my video suddenly much larger in size than it previously was ?"
    Surely not?
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    Originally Posted by Chibi View Post
    The video file I'm editing has an average bitrate of 1019 Kbps and the video editing software I'm using can only choose between 15000-60000 Kbps for mp4 video files of 2048x1536 resolution. Would giving the video a higher average bitrate be a good idea?
    Probably a terrible idea since the resulting video won't be sharper than the source and you'll just end up with a large blurry mess with huge filesize.
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