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Working with vertical video in Premiere Pro -

Community Beginner ,
Mar 25, 2024 Mar 25, 2024

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I am using a 1dx mk 2 canon camera. 
I use it at the moment to shoot vertical video, when i import the video to the program it is not flipped vertically, so manually you have to flip each clip & scale it, or add an adjusement layer to do the same with a transform effect. 
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This however dosent work well since you can't see the changes in the editing window so you get a really hurt neck for viewing all the vertical video horizontally. 
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Feature fixes: 
1. simply make a forced vertical mode, so that even video recorded(or video recorded that wasnt specified vertical) can be treated as such in the raw imported files. 

2. make it possible to use effects in the editing window directly. / Want to see your videos with a speciel effect before adding it to the timeline? want to change the aspect ratio to see if it fits with the current video? The editing window basicly becomes a 2nd editing choise that you could save different from the main timeline to have 2 outputs to show a client at one time. Do you like this look or this look? 
3. Use AI to see the image dosent fit in the video viewer and simply auto flip the sequence frame aspect ratio. 

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Mar 25, 2024 Mar 25, 2024

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Upvoted. I have advocated for adding an interpret footage option, which I think is your #1.

 

See my comments here:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-discussions/vertical-content-issue-transform-effect-not-...

 

And a workaround that uses exiftool to change the rotation flag here:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-discussions/fix-clips-rotated-90-degrees/m-p/13984096#M4...

 

As noted, I was using phone footage, and I do not know how this works with "regular" cameras.

 

Stan

 

 

 

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