How To Export HD Video in Premiere Pro CC for YouTube, Vimeo, & Facebook
❗ Save time & download my free 1080p export preset: https://go.whoismatt.com/1080pexportpreset/
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Read the text version of this tutorial at: http://whoismatt.com/hdexportsettings
This is the second video in my tutorial series all about the video settings that I use when rendering my videos in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. While first video and text tutorial was all about my 4K export settings, this one tackles my 1080p export settings. If you are using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, CS 5.5, or CS5, I have an earlier blog post I wrote back in 2012 detailing my 1080p export settings for those programs.
This tutorial is significantly shorter than my 4K export settings tutorial due to me not going nearly as in-depth about my reasoning for choosing the settings that I use. So if you are watching this video or reading the text tutorial below and are confused about why I am using a certain setting, I would highly recommend watching the 4K export settings video, as many of the settings that I go over are similar and include explanations.
In the near future, I will be releasing the third (and final!) video in this series, detailing my Instagram export settings. It is my hope that between these three videos, your video quality will look its best whether you are exporting your videos for YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, or a client.
Want my export settings for 4K videos? Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGyb6ZPUy20