Now I saw back in November there was a similar post, and I have read things saying the graph edit reduces some of the problems and it might be from an incorrect RGB -> YUV -> H264 conversion process.Unfortunately I am not adept enough at programming to figure out how to fix the premiere plug in...I hope this issue has been changed or there is a suitable work around because I really enjoy the speed increase that the plug in provides.A little about my system: Intel 2600k running at 4.1ghz, 16gb ram, an intel ssd, and a gigabyte motherboard.First image is video outputted from the adobe plugin Intel SDK encoderSecond image is uncompressed still frame.Look at the difference between the skin tone, the wood, the hair... Everything is completely different.Please if there is a solution I'd really like to hear it.Also, for some future options in the adobe plug in, I'd like to see:
- Multiple Passes
- Subpixel motion estimation
- frame reordering
- the plugin to actually stay within the bitrate bounds specified
- No RGB to YUV color problems ( or whatever the issue is)
- mpeg2 that is dvd compliant
- h264 that is apple or blu-ray compliant
- keyframe distance
- b-frame option
Thanks guys, know this is a long post.
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