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Exporting a timelapse photo project as a 4k video

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Hi, using APE-12 on  Mac. 10.14.6.

 

Importing jpeg photo files at 4992 x 2808.

 

Elements imports files and creates a movie with the same file sizes. However, there are no options under "share" to export as a 4k movie. Is this even possibvle with APE-12?

 

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Exporting a timelapse photo project as a 4k video

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Hi, using APE-12 on  Mac. 10.14.6.

 

Importing jpeg photo files at 4992 x 2808.

 

Elements imports files and creates a movie with the same file sizes. However, there are no options under "share" to export as a 4k movie. Is this even possibvle with APE-12?

 

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There certainly are export choice for 4K in later versions.  I can't remember Premiere Elements 12 well enough to know for sure.  Can you look in the "custom" export settings?

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There are no "custom" exports. I'm assuming I need to upgrade to a newer version?

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You will definitely need not upgrade to a newer version to have acccess to 4K project and output settings.

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Do you mean "definitely need to upgrade"?

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Looking at upgrading.

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Did you look in the output setting before you spent for the upgrade?

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It's works for Ultra HD. Wish it could do full 4k. Thanks everyone for your help.

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