How do I create a 120 fps sequence? 60p seems to be the limit...

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Apr 22, 2021 Apr 22, 2021

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Hi, I want to create a premiere sequence that's 120 fps but when I create a new sequence the limit seems to be 60p. Any ideas?

 

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Apr 22, 2021 Apr 22, 2021

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Drag clip into the New Item icon.

You can create a 120 fps sequence you cannot export as such.

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Hi, I understand you can drag the clip to do this... but is it possible to create a higher framerate sequence without doing this?  Sometimes I just want to create a high framerate squence without a reference clip to create it with. Thanks.

 

 

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Apr 22, 2021 Apr 22, 2021

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That is actually a really good question! I checked all over and can't see a way to do it, I'm guessing it isn't possible outside of being able to make a preset via the underlying code in Premiere. I would have guessed these presets are createable in XML perhaps and the app loads those in. That might the next direction I would look. Outside of that, the only way to make one is to have a clip that is 120 and drag that in... Weird.

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No, the only way is to force the setting onto the sequence by dragging the clip.

 

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