Creating A Quicktime

Quicktime

Generally quicktimes rendered with the settings pictured will strike the best balance between quality and file size for internet transfer. Once we receive the quicktime, we typically transcode it into a file format like Apple Prores that has frame edges defined in the codec. Make sure to set your frame rate the same as your timecode burn in.

 

 

A good quicktime setting looks like this:

 

Quicktime-Audio Settings

Quicktime-Audio Settings

Quicktime-Size Settings

Quicktime-Size Settings

Quicktime-Codec settings

Quicktime-Codec settings

Quicktime-General Settings

Quicktime-General Settings

Codec: H.264

Frame Rate: same as the project

Quality: Medium or High

Size: max 720p

Sound: 16 or 24 bit, 48kHz