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Adobe Premiere Pro Preview File Format

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Aug 04, 2020

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I was wondering what impact the preview file format setting has (can be changed in sequence settings).

 

I won't be using the preview files for export. My source files are .mp4 but I'm using Gopro Cineform proxies. Would cineform preview files then give me the highest performance?

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Adobe Premiere Pro Preview File Format

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I was wondering what impact the preview file format setting has (can be changed in sequence settings).

 

I won't be using the preview files for export. My source files are .mp4 but I'm using Gopro Cineform proxies. Would cineform preview files then give me the highest performance?

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Aug 04, 2020

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Hi,

Preview files are by default in a I MPEG format by default in oder to preserve disk space. Using other type of Preview file can be useful for ProRes, DNX or cineform workflow where if you add FX on a shot and preview it, it will be already calculated and will match in terms of codec with the non FX assets on your timeline so when you export you can use the preview file and save a huge amount of time.

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