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  1. Hello, so I've been trying to render my first video in adobe premiere pro cc 2019, and I'm always getting pixelated video whatever I do. My export settings match with sequence settings and my video settings match with export settings. I've been looking to find a solution like 10 hours and still couldn't find it. There are my settings https://imgur.com/a/eeDJFP9, my videos settings are: 1920x1080 60fps and bitrate is set to 50 MBps
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    Are you sure you are able to decode the video in realtime? Is the video on a fast enough drive for reading? Can you post a screenshot or video of what it looks like?
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    Youtube will recompress that video down to around 3Mbit for 1080p. I have no way of knowing what the 50Mbit version looks like. Are we talking about your 50Mbit version or this Youtube version? The best I could tell in the 1080p version on YT, it looked like a normal H264 video encoded by Youtube. You can upload up to 500MB here if you want to upload a short sample.
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    Are you saying that the rendered version is pixelated or the youtube version,You still haven't mentioned where the pixelation starts.
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    Try encoding the dvr with vidcoder and see if there's any pixelation using the same settings.
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    Here are both rendered with adobe and rendered with vidcoder and I think they both look the same
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    Your link doesn't contain anything.
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    The videos look ok,as to pixelation I don't see any in the way as i understand,to me it means areas missing details due to not enough data.
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  10. Describe what you mean by "pixelated video". Can you take a screenshot and circle it ?

    Did you rule out a playback problem ? Try a different player - something like mpchc, or vlc, or mpv

    There is some minor blocking/banding compression artifacts in the source to begin with, so those will areas get worse when you re-encode it with a lossy format. But this is not what most people would call "pixellation"

    There is some aliasing in the graphics (jaggy edges), in the source too - is this what you're referring to ?
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  11. I don't really know how to call this poblem, so okey if johns0 says that with video everything alright, then how to make video to look like for example like this https://youtu.be/lSS36alhs4M
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    Are you talking about the fact that https://youtu.be/lSS36alhs4M is 1440p and Youtube encoded it with VP9 for better efficiency? You can force Youtube to use VP9 by uploading 1440p or higher content.
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  13. Yea, so can I somehow force YouTube to make my video like this? And how?
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    Originally Posted by patevisvl View Post
    Yea, so can I somehow force YouTube to make my video like this? And how?
    Become a more famous youtuber. Like 10,000 subs or more. I don't know the actual number.

    Or upload 1440p content or higher to force it.

    Those are your two options.
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  15. So you are saying that with my video everything is okay. So how can I make my video look without bluriness?
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