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My video is “slow motion” after exporting! Annoying

New Here ,
Jun 09, 2021 Jun 09, 2021

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I've seen a couple of threads about this without any clear solution. 
I've tried exporting several different clips (4K 120, 4K 60 and 4K 30) from premiere pro (the newest version). Every single export has video that is at about 1/4 speed and audio that is completely normal. 
I have just started using the newest Adobe premiere so I'm sure I'm doing something wrong. Never had this experience with older versions of premiere. 
Any advice? 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 10, 2021 Jun 10, 2021

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make sure that your export frame rate matches the sequence and video frame rate:

sequence frame rate = video frame rate = export settings frame rate

 

simplest process:

drag your clip from the project panel to the "New Item" icon, this will

start a sequence matching the video clip, then use match sequence settings on export

 

for complex scenarios there are more advanced methods

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Thank you for getting responding!

I actually feel really dumb, when I updated to the newest premiere pro the export format was not in H.264, so I was exporting in .MOV quicktime player format. smh

Thanks again for your response. 

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