Encoding video files can become a crazy technical feat. I don’t blame people for using the preset options, even if they’re usually rubbish. Here’s how to fix three common problems, in unusually clever ways.
These are the three tips people have shared with me over the years, and will definitely save you time down the road. This isn’t a technical article, and it’s by no means a bible for encoding your footage. Unfortunately there isn’t a magic formula for every video you’ll make, but you can get close. While I’m using Adobe’s Premiere Pro here, the same settings show up in most places universally.
Tip 1: Exporting Quickly
You’re running out of time, the video should have been live an hour ago. You simply can’t sit around and watch a loading screen. How do you get things moving faster?
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