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    Default Help: Export Encoding

    I'm quite new to Adobe Premiere Pro, but one problem I can't seem to get over is whenever I export to a video file (AVI), the fast-motion scenes always contain pixelation. Even when I use 2-pass encoding, the problem still persist.

    Is there a setting I should use or do?
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    Last edited by jinalbert; 04-20-2006 at 04:00 AM.

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    Hi,
    Before I may try to help you, could you please clarify certain things?

    1. Which version of premiere pro are you using?
    2. What is your operating system?
    3. What was the setting that you used while importing?
    4. What is your system configuration?
    5. Did you capture the AVI file? If yes , how?
    6. And any other relevant details that you can provide.

    All the above things I need to know because pixalation can occur due to various reasons so I need to know all this things. Moreover did this happen only for a single file or for all other avi files?
    Bye for now and keep me posted.

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    Thanks src2206, and here is the spec

    1. Which version of premiere pro are you using?
    Premiere Pro 1.0

    2. What is your operating system?
    Windows XP SP2

    3. What was the setting that you used while importing?
    I'm not sure about this, but the video plays fine on the preview and in the editor. It's a 640x480 video encoded in DivX and MP3.

    4. What is your system configuration?
    CPU: Pentium 4, 3GHz
    RAM: 1GB

    5. Did you capture the AVI file? If yes , how?
    Actually no. It's a tv show, and it was encoded in AVI (DivX5 and MP3)

    6. And any other relevant details that you can provide.
    I'm trying to encode it with Divx 6. Xvid always crash for some unkown reason. If I do Microsoft DV AVI or MPEG, it looks fine, but it's a wrong dimension.



    Hopefully, this is helpful. I know a lot of people seems to ask about this question, but there doesn't seems to be any faq to this solution.

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    Hi,

    Xvid and premiere just don't mix, DivX and premiere does work kind of.

    What bitrate are you using to export, remember you are compressing an already highly compressed format, picture information cannot be replaced and each time you encode it you lose a whole lot more and the fast action pieces are where it will be noticed the most.

    Try exporting to Uncompressed or huffyuv(huge files but lossless) and then use something like divX create or virtualdub to encode to divX as these are far better at it than premiere.
    Canon, Edius, Final Cut Studio, Always Progressive, Promotional Video Production

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    That does the trick! This encoding problem really gave a headache this pass few days (and it looks like there is no direct way to encode it). It's a shame Adobe can't make it works right with compressing codec.

    Anyway, thanks you both.

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