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asolis
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Hello guys, Can someone please guide me how will be the best way to render a a final AE CS6 project?

Everytime I render the video is so huge it cant even be uploaded it on my server. lol

2gb for a 20sec I believe is to big of a file. Now I ask is there any way to render it to 4-5 times that size? or at least the smaller I can do?

Thanks

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ZoomIt
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Please ask only on VideoHive this type of questions as the rest of us are noobs in this field.

From my little experience, go to the Composition > Render menu – choose a common codec like mp4 and click the Format Options to reduce the quality if the file comes out too big.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24tbmO7WGHs
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doru
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the format you need to render is H264. default settings should give you a good quality vs size.

the resulting video will be an mp4

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doru
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From my little experience, go to the Composition > Render menu – choose a common codec like mp4

not so simple. there’s no mp4 :) is h264

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asolis
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Please ask only on VideoHive this type of questions as the rest of us are noobs in this field.

From my little experience, go to the Composition > Render menu – choose a common codec like mp4 and click the Format Options to reduce the quality if the file comes out too big.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24tbmO7WGHs

Sorry mate I thought I did In the other hand thats the one I used and avi and they are huge files. lol

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themeflame
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Get QuickTime.

Render it with the H264 Codec, you’ll get the same result as with anything else.

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mudi
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H.264 for 1080p video 2400 Kb/s is enough and for 720p 1200 bitstream this gives the best size and almost perfect video quality.

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asolis
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Thanks all for the help. Definitely works the way I was expecting to be. Thanks a whole lot

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