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New project - Default project settings on Premiere Elements 2020

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Oct 07, 2019

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New projects keep defaulting to an interlaced setting (yuck), so I keep changing it back to 720p (PAL) as I'm using footage from my old camera. Adobe doesn't seem to want to remember it when I do a the next new project.

 

Is there any way I can change the defaults, or at least remember the last setting?

Thanks..

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You cannot change the default setting.

Just make a new project and drag a clip into the timeline.

Project settings will automaticly be set to that clip.

 

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New project - Default project settings on Premiere Elements 2020

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New projects keep defaulting to an interlaced setting (yuck), so I keep changing it back to 720p (PAL) as I'm using footage from my old camera. Adobe doesn't seem to want to remember it when I do a the next new project.

 

Is there any way I can change the defaults, or at least remember the last setting?

Thanks..

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Correct answer by Ann Bens | Adobe Community Professional

You cannot change the default setting.

Just make a new project and drag a clip into the timeline.

Project settings will automaticly be set to that clip.

 

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Are you setting up the project manually or are you creating automatic setting from your first clip or image?  I think there is a 'work-around', but based on your recent posts, it probably won't meet your expectations. 

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File - New - Project (on top menu).

I set it all up from there (I choose my project settings).

Thx.

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Anybody know?

 

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You cannot change the default setting.

Just make a new project and drag a clip into the timeline.

Project settings will automaticly be set to that clip.

 

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Just wow, so nope ! Another feature request I'll send to Adobe then.

 

Thanks for the tip 🙂

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