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    I'm using Adobe premiere pro CC (trial) and I have some 1280x720 .MOV action cam videos in 60 fps. I've cut away the footage I don't want in Adobe pro CC and got it down to 16 minutes. Now how should I best go about exporting this? File size is not important, nor is conversion time. Emphasis on keeping quality and frame rate.

    I've tried this on my own with h.264 VBR 1 pass, 2 pass and CBR. 300 bitrate and every attempt ends with, at best, super choppy videos or at worst, multiple unplayable 22+gig monstrosities.

    edit: it would seam that the bitrate I chose may have been the problem. I'm having some luck now.
    Last edited by some_guy123; 03-12-2014 at 12:58 AM.

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