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Jay Kinghorn's Blog | 30 Days of CS5: After Effects CS5: Vibrance
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30 Days of CS5: After Effects CS5: Vibrance


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  1. I see your point. If I use that way, I have to export each footage in Premiere to After Effect. The key point is the video cut in small peaces (in 10-second video, I’ve got 4 footages) and my computer (Toshiba satelite Core i5, RAM 2GB) does not work well with plenty of softwares. Moreover, if I put those footages to AE, then export them to lossless .mov file, the quality of video is maintain butthe size of the footage after exporting is larger, and vice versace, exporting to .mp4 file, the size is smaller but the quality is worse. How do you fix this problem?

    Posted by HoJuan | October 3, 2013, 10:49 pm
  2. You’ve distilled the challenge of a video workflow. The file size of an un- compressed workflow is challenging. You might try using ProRes LT or 422 which offers moderate compression with minimal or no quality loss.

    Posted by Jay | October 20, 2013, 7:19 pm

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