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Changing sequence settings AFTER building it..

Mar 23, 2013 12:27 PM

Tags: #premiere #sequence_data

Hello! I am putting together a home video with small clips taken on iphones, ipads, and a Canon T3i.

 

When looking at the preview and cutting the clips, they looked fine. However after I built an entire sequence of ~ 100 clips and rendering, the video looks zoomed in.

 

When I look at the properties of the individual clips it looks like 1920x1080. However the sequence is 480x720. Of course the sequence settings are grayed out.

 

What can I do? I tried creating a new sequence (within the same project - File/New/Sequence) but the sequence settings for even that is grayed out.

 

Please help!

 

S

 
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  • joe bloe premiere
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    Mar 23, 2013 1:09 PM   in reply to sut2006

    I tried creating a new sequence (within the same project - File/New/Sequence) but the sequence settings for even that is grayed out.

    You easily can create a new sequence that matches

    your 1920x1080 footage in two ways:

    - Right-click a media file and select: New Sequence From Clip

    - Or, do this:

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    Once you have created a new 1920x1080 sequence,

    you can copy and paste the clips from your incorrectly

    formatted, already edited sequence into the new sequence.

     

    If your improperly formatted sequence was also the incorrect frame rate,

    be sure to go through your new sequence to check for lost transitions

    and / or gaps in the timeline.

     
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    Mar 23, 2013 10:44 PM   in reply to sut2006

    No. 

     

    Re do them unfortunately.

     

    They are scaled to the dimension of the wrong sequence.

     

    I cant even think of an easy way to do this either.  Sorry.

     
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