Premier Pro Timeline to bin

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Jul 05, 2022 Jul 05, 2022

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Hello 

I moved some clips onto a timeline and applied warp stabilization,

Othe than exporting these clips and reimporting  is there a way to get the  stabilized clips from the timeline into the bin

 

Thanks 

Michael 

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Jul 05, 2022 Jul 05, 2022

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Like a lot of users, I tend to get any Warp work done, then immediately render and replace to a full intermediate codec to replace the original clip.

 

Makes the rest of the edit much smoother.

 

Neil

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Jul 06, 2022 Jul 06, 2022

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Seems like the logical thing to do Neil - Thanks Michael

PS Do you have a link to anything explaining codecs?

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Not on my tablet, which is what I'm on at the moment.

 

In general, ProRes 422 is useful for most 8/10 bit media, if the files are a low-bitrate H.264 ProRes LT will normally 'cover' the data well. If it's a higher-Q codec, then the HQ version might be useful but probably 422 is fine.

 

Neil

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