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Masdog
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Loooking for some help on understanding whats going on here. I edited a 4 k video together to send out to some people. The file is wayyyyy to large after exporting. Am I doing something wrong here? Just rying to make it easily accesible for others to see. I made video in adobe premier.
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Danny-B-
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What settings are you using when exporting? .. choose H264 and export for youtube profile - 1080p should be enough but even 4k ... whats too big?
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Yes, define "too large" -- too large for what?
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Ex Machina Posted at 2017-2-9 12:04
Yes, define "too large" -- too large for what?

57.01GB that seems pretty large  for one edited video. That i will need to delete if i keep getting real estate jobs.
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Lol, you're exporting raw or something ...

Choose H.264 format and choose Youtube 2160p 4K for preset
I usually set target bitrate to 60 and check use maximum render quality
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Danny-B- Posted at 2017-2-9 12:41
Lol, you're exporting raw or something ...

Choose H.264 format and choose Youtube 2160p 4K for preset

Yes i believe thats what I did. Where do I choose the youtube preset or the bitrate is the youtube preset your talking about?
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Where it says preset in my example ... select Youtube 2160p 4k or whatever res you want  ... it changes to custom when you adjust the Bitrate settings though.

Bitrate is in the Video section under that .. just scroll it down a bit.
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Masdog Posted at 2017-2-9 12:44
Yes i believe thats what I did. Where do I choose the youtube preset or the bitrate is the youtube preset your talking about?

lol should I stop the raw file from uploading to youtube. Its been 15 mins and says 2hrs remaining and do it they way you guys have sugested?
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Danny-B-
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Well 57gb is far too large, it'll probs take youtube yonks to process that. On my settings, it might take you less time to reencode and upload etc, than the current file will take to simply upload
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Thanks guys..... That's why I appreciate this community. People always willing to help out. I appreciate it.........
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Masdog Posted at 2017-2-9 12:34
57.01GB that seems pretty large  for one edited video. That i will need to delete if i keep getting real estate jobs.

Heh, def qualifies for calling it "too large." ;)

The Mavic's highest data rate is I think 60mbps so anything over that in the final product is wasted.
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Masdog Posted at 2017-2-9 12:47
lol should I stop the raw file from uploading to youtube. Its been 15 mins and says 2hrs remaining and do it they way you guys have sugested?

It would take eternity.... Stop it...
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Just looked at a 3min 4K video 80kbps bitrate video and it weighs in at about 1.7Gb encoded using H.264 in Premiere Pro CS6
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It would take about three weeks to upload 57GB here, can just about do 1GB in 6 hours usually overnight.
Bitrate is the critical thing for final size even more than going down to 1080p
I sometimes export at 4K with bitrate about 30 which still looks OK with relatively sedate aerial video - and 3 or 4 minutes fits in 1GB
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A1000 Posted at 2017-2-10 04:15
Just looked at a 3min 4K video 80kbps bitrate video and it weighs in at about 1.7Gb encoded using H.264 in Premiere Pro CS6

Yeah im using premiere. Also was using after effects but when i export a file in after effects I dont have the h.264 option it has quicktime option.  Should I encode it in the adobe encoder? or should i have that option h.264 in after effects?
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