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Premiere "forgets" export settings

Community Beginner ,
Aug 09, 2022 Aug 09, 2022

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We have the problem that Premiere seems to randomly forget the last export settings that have been used on a timeline. For example, we exportetd a 25fps h264 with certain with certain bitrate settings and a video limiter. We wanted to re-export after receiving corrected audio tracks and Premiere was going to export in 29.97fps, no video limiter and completely different encoding settings. Can this be fixed somehow?

 

By the way: Is it possible to restore the classic export window? The new one has only disadvantages it seems...

 

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Error or problem , Export , User interface or workspaces

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Community Expert ,
Aug 09, 2022 Aug 09, 2022

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Make your export settings into a preset.

 

No, you are stuck with this new UI.

You can skip the paraphernalia by creating a project, give it a name and a location and hit OK

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Aug 15, 2022 Aug 15, 2022

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can't save export presets in this new layout. it won't add the new ones I make... don't want to reinstall, obviously. Any other ideas? 

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