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Optimized Quality via Compressor Settings?
Well, I edit in FCP7 and export via Compressor, and everytime I do so I usually just click "Youtube Sharing" considering that would be the closest to Vimeo. I have been seeing a lot more videos lately with much better quality than mine, and I realize that it's the compressor settings most likely.
What would be a good custom setting to use to get the best looking footage? Like specifics and everything.
File size doesn't matter, neither does upload time, I just want amazing looking footage.
+K for help.
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Obviously try out Vimeo's recommended settings. However, when I was exporting a video from Premiere Pro following Vimeo's guide, I was getting a very low bit rate of 2.5 as compared to the cap of 5 mb/s that Vimeo offers. So I would suggest following Vimeo's guide and then looking at the video's properties once the export is complete. If the video bit rate is close to 5 mb/s then that is the best quality that you will get. Also, export to .mp4, nothing else. When you watch the .mp4 on your computer before uploading to Vimeo, the blacks might seem light and noisy, however, when the video is uploaded to Vimeo, their conversion process corrects that and the video turns out stunning.
Sorry, I forgot to mention the most important part. If the bit rate is off then adjust the VBR settings in the compressor. Normally you have a target Rate and a Max Rate. Play around with those settings if the bit rate is off. In addition to that, make sure that your are compressing using VBR, not CBR. VBR is variable bit rate and provides the best quality while CBR is a constant bit rate that could possibly lower the video quality depending on the contents. PM me if you need more help.
Just for reference, there's a video tutorial specifically on compressor settings for Vimeo.
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