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Premiere Pro CS6 – SEQUENCE > SEQUENCE SETTINGS

FILE > NEW > SEQUENCE (CMD+N) (to create a new sequence) > SETTINGS Tab
SEQUENCE > SEQUENCE SETTINGS (to access sequence settings from a sequence already created)

-Settings
–Editing Mode: [DROP DOWN LIST] [Playback Settings]
–Timebase: [DROP DOWN LIST]
—10 frames/seconds
—12 frames/seconds
—12.50 frames/seconds
—15 frames/seconds
—23.976 frames/seconds
—24 frames/seconds
—25 frames/seconds
—29.97 frames/seconds
—30 frames/seconds
—50 frames/seconds
—59.94 frames/seconds
—60 frames/seconds

-Video
–Frame Size: [value] horizontal [value] vertical

–Pixel Aspect Ratio: [DROP DOWN LIST]
—Square Pixel 1.0
—D1/DV NTSC (0.9091)
—D1/DV NTSC Widescreen (1.2121) [16:9]
—D1/DV PAL (1.0940)
—D1/DV PAL Widescreen 1.4587 [16:9]
—Anamorphic 2:1 (2.0)
—HD Anamorphic 1080 (1.333)
—DVCPRO HD (1.5)

–Fields: [DROP DOWN LIST]
—No Fields (Progressive Scan)
—Upper Field First (aka UFF)
—Lower Field First (aka LFF)

–Display Format: [DROP DOWN LIST]

-Audio
–Sample Rate: [DROP DOWN LIST]
–Display Format: Audio Samples / Milliseconds

-Video Previews
–Preview File Format: [DROP DOWN LIST] [Configure]
–Codec: [DROP DOWN LIST]
–Width:—|
–Height:–|link/unlink [Reset] (reset to original)

[] Maximum Bit Depth [] Maximum Render Quality

[Cancel] [Okay]

Posted on April 2, 2015, 11:30 am By
Categories: Uncategorized
Premiere CS6 – NEW SEQUENCE > (SEQUENCE PRESET)

FILE > NEW > SEQUENCE (CMD+N)

SEQUENCE PRESET | SETTINGS | TRACKS

-Available Presets (only main categories listed here) – -Preset Description

-ARRI-Cinema (For editing with ARRIRAW files)
-AVC-Intra (For editing clips recorded in AVC-Intra 100 / AVC-Intra 50 codec)
-AVCHD (Advanced Video Coding High Definition – For editing clips recorded in AVCHD format)
-Canon XF MPEG2 (For editing clips recorded in Canon XF MPEG2 50 Mb/s formats)
-DSLR (For editing DSLR Formats, like the Canon EOS Movie Full HD series)
-DV-24P (For editing 23.976 fps footage shot in 24P or 24PA (24P Advanced) modes)
-DV-NTSC (For editing with IEEE1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) DV equipment in NTSC (National Television System Committee))
-DV-PAL (For editing with IEEE1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) DV equipment in PAL (Phase Alternating Line))
-DVCPRO50 (For editing material recorded in MXF DVCPRO50 with a Panasonic P2 camcorder)
-DVCPROHD (For editing material recorded in MXF DVCPROHD with a Panasonic P2 camcorder)
-HDV (For editing with IEEE1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) HDV equipment)
-Mobile&Devices (intended for playback on mobile devices)
-RED R3D (For editing or proxy-editing with RED R3D files)
-XDCAM EX (For editing Sony XDCAM EX formats)
-XDCAM HD (For editing Sony XDCAM HD formats)
-XDCAM HD422 (For editing Sony XDCAM HD 50 Mb/s formats)

[Delete Preset]

-Sequence Name: [YOUR SEQUENCE NAME]

[Cancel] [Okay]

Posted on April 2, 2015, 10:47 am By
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PROJECT > PROJECT MANAGER

PROJECT > PROJECT MANAGER

[OK][CANCEL]

-Source: [SEQUENCES LIST]

-Resulting Project:
–()Create New Trimmed Project (creates a new version of the current project that refers only to the footage you used in the selected sequences)
–()Collect Files and Copy to New Location (to copy and consolidate the footage you used in the selected sequences)

[]Exclude Unused Clips (Project Manager will not include, or copy, media you did not use in the original project)
[]Make Offline (denote as “offline” any footage that you can recapture later; Project Manager retains reel names and timecode to facilitate quick batch capture. Useful if you used low resolution footage in your original project, or if you are archiving a project)

-Options
[]Include Handles: 30 Frames (Specifies the number of frames to retain before the In point and after the Out point of each trimmed clip)
[]Include Preview Files
[]Include Audio Conform Files
[]Rename Media Files to Match Clip Names (Select this option if you rename your captured clips from within the Project window and want the copied footage files to have the same name)

-Project Destination
–Path
[YOUR PATH] [Browse]

-Disk Space
–Disk Space Available:
–Original Project Size:
–Resulting Project Size (est.):
[CALCULATE]

Posted on April 2, 2015, 9:27 am By
Categories: Premiere Pro CS6
Premiere Pro CS6 – PROJECT > PROJECT SETTINGS > GENERAL

PROJECT > PROJECT SETTINGS > GENERAL

PROJECT SETTINGS:

– Video rendering and playback
— Renderer: Mercury Playback Engine Software Only / Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration

– Video
— Display format: Timecode / Feet + frames 16mm / Feet + frames 35mm / Frames

– Audio
— Display format: Audio samples / Milliseconds

– Capture
— Capture format: DV / HDV

– Action and Title Safe Areas
— Title Safe Area: 20 % horizontal 20 % vertical
— Action Safe Area: 10 % horizontal 10 % vertical

[Cancel] [OK]

Posted on April 2, 2015, 9:00 am By
Categories: Uncategorized