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=Preferences – Reader Tab=
 
  
'''Encoding rules'''
 
*Preset: selects the encoding profile.
 
**Best of H.264: automatically selects the most appropriate profile from basic H.264 profiles (Baseline, Main or High) depending on the size of the final video.
 
**Best of BD H.264: automatically selects the most appropriate profile from basic BD H.264 profiles (Low res. or High res.) depending on the size of the final video.
 
**H.264 Baseline: appropriate for final videos with a maximum size of 320x240 pixels.
 
**H.264 Main: appropriate for final videos with a maximum size of 704x576 pixels.
 
**H.264 High: appropriate for final videos with a maximum size of 1920x1080 pixels.
 
**BD H.264 Low resolution: corresponds to standard DVD quality (720x576 pixels).
 
**BD H.264 High resolution: corresponds to BluRay quality (1920x1080 pixels).
 
  
*Standard: selects video standard (PAL or NTSC).
 
**As original video: keeps the standard of the source videos.
 
**As preset: forces the Standard setting defined in Preferences, Preset tab.
 
  
*FPS:
 
**As original video: keeps the fps value of source videos
 
**As preset: forced the fps value defined in Preferences, Preset tab.
 
  
*Aspect ratio: defines resizing rules of videos (frames).
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**Keep in display info: (by default) the aspect ratio in pixels is not necessarily kept, but the information is kept in the video feed to allow proper display. Some video players do not support this information and may display videos poorly.
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**Keep in pixels size: the final video is automatically resized to respect assembly proportions.
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**Do not keep: uses the maximum size available without keeping the assembly proportions.
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'''Output'''<br/>
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*MP4: exports video in mp4 format.
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[[Image:Autopano_Video3-_-Preferences-_-RenderSettings.png|Render settings tab]]
*Frames: exports the video in frame-by-frame sequence. The image format and the size in pixels corresponds to the settings defined in the reference panorama (Autopano Pro or Giga).
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'''Size'''
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* This is the you wish to have for your output, but the final size is going to be dictated by the type of export:
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** If you chose a frame export you will have pictures of the size specified here
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** If you chose an uncompressed AVI export you will have a video of the size specified here
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** If you chose an H.264.MP4 export, the maximum size will be 4K and downsized depending on the preset you use. In this case this is better to let this setting by default to his maximum.
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** If you chose a CineForm MOV & AVI export you will have a video of the size specified here
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** If you chose a ProRes MOV export you will have a video of the size specified here
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'''Output'''
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* Output type: uncompressed (AVI), frames, H.264.MP4,  Cineform MOV & AVI or ProRes MOV
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** Encoding rules
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*** H.264.MP4 preset:
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**** H.264 HD: automatically selects the most appropriate H.264 profile from 2K (1920x1080) to the most basic profile depending on your input size
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**** H.264 4K: appropriate for final videos with a maximum size of 4096x2048 pixels
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**** H.264 4K Cinema: appropriate for final videos with a maximum size of 4096x2160 pixel
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**** H.264 4K UHDTV: appropriate for final videos with a maximum size of 3840x2160 pixels
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**** H.264 Blu-ray: corresponds to BluRay quality (1920x1080 pixels)
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**** Export: export a preset
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**** Import: import a preset
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**** Copy: copy a preset
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**** Delete: delete a preset
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*** Standard/FPS:
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**** As preset: forces the Standard setting defined in Settings, Preset tab
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**** As original video: keeps the standard of the source videos
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**** PAL/NTSC and images/second
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*** Video bitrate: lets you choose the bitrate you want
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*** Audio bitrate: lets you choose the bitrate you want
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***Aspect ratio:
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**** Keep in pixel size: the final video is automatically resized to respect assembly proportion
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**** Keep in display info: (by default) the aspect ratio in pixels is not necessarily respected, but the information is kept in the video feed to all correct display. Some video players do not support this information and may display poorly
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**** Do not keep: uses the maximum size available without keeping assembly proportion
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'''Sound notification''': Play the default sound once the rendering is done
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'''Timecode Reference''':
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It allows videos from any genlocked rig to be directly imported into Autopano Video without the need to synchronize the videos again
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'''BACK TO:''' [[Documentation]] / [[Autopano Video Documentation]]
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[[fr:Autopano Video - Préférences - Rendu]]
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[[Category: Autopano Video - User manual]]

Latest revision as of 14:29, 20 September 2017




Render settings tab


Size

  • This is the you wish to have for your output, but the final size is going to be dictated by the type of export:
    • If you chose a frame export you will have pictures of the size specified here
    • If you chose an uncompressed AVI export you will have a video of the size specified here
    • If you chose an H.264.MP4 export, the maximum size will be 4K and downsized depending on the preset you use. In this case this is better to let this setting by default to his maximum.
    • If you chose a CineForm MOV & AVI export you will have a video of the size specified here
    • If you chose a ProRes MOV export you will have a video of the size specified here


Output

  • Output type: uncompressed (AVI), frames, H.264.MP4, Cineform MOV & AVI or ProRes MOV
    • Encoding rules
      • H.264.MP4 preset:
        • H.264 HD: automatically selects the most appropriate H.264 profile from 2K (1920x1080) to the most basic profile depending on your input size
        • H.264 4K: appropriate for final videos with a maximum size of 4096x2048 pixels
        • H.264 4K Cinema: appropriate for final videos with a maximum size of 4096x2160 pixel
        • H.264 4K UHDTV: appropriate for final videos with a maximum size of 3840x2160 pixels
        • H.264 Blu-ray: corresponds to BluRay quality (1920x1080 pixels)
        • Export: export a preset
        • Import: import a preset
        • Copy: copy a preset
        • Delete: delete a preset
      • Standard/FPS:
        • As preset: forces the Standard setting defined in Settings, Preset tab
        • As original video: keeps the standard of the source videos
        • PAL/NTSC and images/second
      • Video bitrate: lets you choose the bitrate you want
      • Audio bitrate: lets you choose the bitrate you want
      • Aspect ratio:
        • Keep in pixel size: the final video is automatically resized to respect assembly proportion
        • Keep in display info: (by default) the aspect ratio in pixels is not necessarily respected, but the information is kept in the video feed to all correct display. Some video players do not support this information and may display poorly
        • Do not keep: uses the maximum size available without keeping assembly proportion


Sound notification: Play the default sound once the rendering is done


Timecode Reference: It allows videos from any genlocked rig to be directly imported into Autopano Video without the need to synchronize the videos again








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