No Sequence Settings CS6

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Greetings, Earthlings! I see others have encountered a Sequence dialogue box that won't allow manual changes in frame size, Editing Mode or even let you create a custom size. That won't do. 
If there isn't a fix for that (There is. There must be!) is there a preset that is 1280h by 720w? 

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No Sequence Settings CS6

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Greetings, Earthlings! I see others have encountered a Sequence dialogue box that won't allow manual changes in frame size, Editing Mode or even let you create a custom size. That won't do. 
If there isn't a fix for that (There is. There must be!) is there a preset that is 1280h by 720w? 

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can't you create a new sequence preset with your desired settings?    If you are having problems post back and I'll walk you thru it.  Also if you have a clip with the desired settings, select the clip in the bin, control click on it and choose "create sequence from clilp"

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That last part works. I did it by dragging an asset to the New Item button.
Still bemused that there isn't a write-in box for format size. And why is
Editing Mode gray and gloomy?

Not sure what version of PP I have. It came with CS6 but some of the CS5
manuals are more accurate.

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When you open sequence settings, make sure your editing mode is set to custom so you can input the values manually.

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Love to oblige but that whole dialogue is grayed-out.

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Are you going File-->New-->Sequence?

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No.  That's the dialogue that's shut down. I found it works to import a piece that's at least the right frame rate, dimensions and orientation. Whatever else is written for the resident codec is, like the rest of this topic, a mystery to me. I'd love to find a chapter that explains all of the details of the presets.

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Sorry for not clearly understanding:  so, File-->New-->Sequence is greyed out, meaning you can't create a new sequence that way?  And ALSO, once a sequence is created (by, as you said, importing a clip that's the right frame rate, etc you're finding that Sequence-->Sequence Settings is also greyed out?

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In CS6 which you are using you cannot change settings.

But you can set any setting you want in a new sequence.

Set it to Setting and editing mode to Custom.

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Please tell us your system specs: OS version, Premiere version, amount of RAM, Hardware specs including graphics card.

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