Best Export Settings for YouTube 2020 [Adobe Premiere Pro CC]

Best Export Settings for YouTube 2020 [Adobe Premiere Pro CC]

Using the proper export settings in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019 is important for high quality videos. If you are looking to export a video and post it on YouTube, you want to make sure you follow these steps. I have been using Adobe Premiere Pro CC for several years now and I have used it for almost all of my YouTube videos. These settings will make your YouTube videos look as sharp and professional as possible.
If you have any questions about exporting your video, or which export settings to use when exporting your video from Adobe Premiere Pro CC, please be sure to comment below or DM us for our advice! Thank you for watching!


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10 thoughts on “Best Export Settings for YouTube 2020 [Adobe Premiere Pro CC]”

  1. One thing that annoys me is that if you use your mouse scroll in the encoder settings, if you hover over a pulldown menu it will change the options, even though you didn't click on it to open. You might even miss the fact that you did this.

  2. Do you know what the "Render at Maximum Depth" box does under Video in the Encoder? (Not "Use Maximum Render Quality at the bottom.)

    I always check this for no reason.

    Also I remember in Premiere 5 that I used a few years ago there was an in out in the sequence timeline. You'd set that and it was two markers that you could slide along your clips to show what you wanted Encoder to grab. Does version 14 have this?

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