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Export 720 and 1080 from same project

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I'm relatively new to Premiere... I am creating a 1min 30sec promo video for a client (using stock footage). They need a 1920 x 720 mp4 for their website, but they also want a 1920 x 1080 mp4 for social media. Can I create one project and export it accordingly, if so, which one do I start with (720 or 1080), or do I need to create 2 separate projects, based on the sequence settings? Thanks

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Export 720 and 1080 from same project

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I'm relatively new to Premiere... I am creating a 1min 30sec promo video for a client (using stock footage). They need a 1920 x 720 mp4 for their website, but they also want a 1920 x 1080 mp4 for social media. Can I create one project and export it accordingly, if so, which one do I start with (720 or 1080), or do I need to create 2 separate projects, based on the sequence settings? Thanks

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I would make one project with a sequence at the largest frame size and build the video in there and then import that into the smaller sequence and size/reframe it accordingly I think. You haven't said if you need to resize or move elements accordingly. If you do, then you'll need to make a sequence for each size.

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Thanks Graeme. The content is minimalist, no special effects, with fade-in/out titles over stock footage of (mostly) business people in situ. So based on your suggestion, I will create the 1080 sequence with the logo & titles centred, to ensure that I don't lose anything when importing it into the 720 sequence. I'll give it a try. Thanks again!

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It would be in your best interest to make a 1920 X 1080 sequence and export at 1920 X 1080 as well as 1920 X 720. Premiere Pro can export different resolution and even different aspect ratios during rendering. If you watch the video at two mintues in you will see what I am talking about. That being said you can drop one sequence into another. The choice is yours.

https://youtu.be/barrJWuBzCA

This video shows how to output odd aspect ratios and resolutions to broadcast equipment using the Intensity Shuttle. Links to Intensity Shuttle below. https:...

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