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  1. Hello. I'm new here. I didn't know this forum. Its a paradise ��
    I have a problem with my exports in premiere pro.

    I have 1080p 60fps video with 40Mbps bitrate. I want to upload this video to YouTube.
    I edited the video in premiere and I choose these:

    H264
    Mp4
    Vbr pass 1 40 and max 41
    Maximum depth
    Maximum render quality

    I noticed that the quality wasn't good as my first file and when I uploaded at YouTube it gone worst

    I tested an export in YouTube preset but file wasn't good.

    What I have to do ?
    Thanks
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  2. YouTube always re-encodes so it will never look as good as your output file.

    Your Premiere output is also a re-encode, but 40Mbps should be adequate for 1080 H.264. You can try a higher bitrate, and/or a 2-pass VBR encode and see if you get better results. Are you sure you matched the frame rate and raster size of your original when you made your timeline?
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  3. You mean higher bitrate at record or at export?
    By the way youtube says about 16.
    The frame rate is 60. Its same as the original

    What do you mean "raster size"?
    Also I'm exporting the file. Not selecting queue system. Is there any problem with that?
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  4. Originally Posted by mihalis19 View Post
    You mean higher bitrate at record or at export?
    Export. Your original recording can't be changed.


    Originally Posted by mihalis19 View Post
    By the way youtube says about 16.
    The frame rate is 60. Its same as the original

    What do you mean "raster size"?
    raster size means your image dimensions, presumably 1920x1080 here.

    Originally Posted by mihalis19 View Post
    Also I'm exporting the file. Not selecting queue system. Is there any problem with that?
    With H.264 you have the same options available whether you export directly or export through Adobe Media Encoder. It won't make any difference.
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  5. 1) I can change it at recording

    2) yes its 1080p

    3) ok

    So I test some things and I will come again
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