Highlighted

FAQ: How do I choose the right sequence settings?

Jul 17, 2011

Copy link to clipboard

Copied

See this video for more information:

How do I choose the right sequence settings?

Also, see these sections in Premiere Pro Help:

Create a sequence

Sequence presets and settings

Tips

  • In general, the settings of a sequence should match those of the primary footage type in the sequence.
  • Though Premiere Pro can mix footage of various types in a sequence and compensate for differences in characteristics, performance and quality are maximized when such conversions are avoided.
  • To determine the best sequence settings, choose a clip to create a sequence that represents the majority format of the rest of your clips. Right-click (WIN) or Ctrl-click on Mac OS on the clip and choose "New Sequence from Clip"
  • Please create a post in the forum if you have any trouble creating a sequence for your project.

Topics

FAQ

Views

261.7K

Likes

Translate

Translate

Report

Report
This conversation has been locked.

FAQ: How do I choose the right sequence settings?

Jul 17, 2011

Copy link to clipboard

Copied

See this video for more information:

How do I choose the right sequence settings?

Also, see these sections in Premiere Pro Help:

Create a sequence

Sequence presets and settings

Tips

  • In general, the settings of a sequence should match those of the primary footage type in the sequence.
  • Though Premiere Pro can mix footage of various types in a sequence and compensate for differences in characteristics, performance and quality are maximized when such conversions are avoided.
  • To determine the best sequence settings, choose a clip to create a sequence that represents the majority format of the rest of your clips. Right-click (WIN) or Ctrl-click on Mac OS on the clip and choose "New Sequence from Clip"
  • Please create a post in the forum if you have any trouble creating a sequence for your project.

Topics

FAQ

Views

261.7K

Likes

Translate

Translate

Report

Report
Jul 17, 2011 2