Premiere Pro CS4: Maximum Render Quality


This is a short post to let CS4 users know when to select the Maximum Render Quality setting and where to find it. This setting is found in Adobe Media Encoder and is used to increase the quality of exported video, particularly when using interlaced video clips (like those from most camcorders) and exporting them to deinterlaced formats (like when you are producing WMV or H.264/MP4 videos for uploading to YouTube, Vimeo or other video uploading sites) or when producing video that features a lot of action or movement.  You can see the difference in quality in the following example:



The image on the left is from a video exported without Maximum Render Quality selected. If you look at the helmet of the robot (the original clip was interlaced and features a moving animated character with motion blur added), you will notice lines (probably artifacts produced during the…

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