Hi. I posted earlier about getting blurred output, well I know why. I have the wrong setting in my sequence. I've explored how to fix this, but am not understanding the answers. Here is why I'm concerned. I have 16 1.5 hour shows with up to 4 different cameras and an audio track all ready for final edits, all imported and synced - and all with the wrong sequence settings...sigh...
Can somebody help direct me through fixing this? I can't just reset the sequence setting because they are blurred out. I found out how to create a new sequence - but am unsure how get all my clips into the new sequence, and keep the time information. I have spent a TON of time getting all these clips lined up.
Any help MOST appreciated.
Just perform a Copy/Paste on all the clips, from the wrong sequence to the right one.
Yep. Been there and done that. Jim has the answer. Just create a new empty sequence witht the correct settings, then lasso all the clips in the incorrect sequence, and do a mass copy/paste of all the clips into the new sequence. Delete the bad sequence. Done.
Good day. Thanks for the hint. It's not too painful to copy and paste into a new sequence. But one problem solved, another created. I am not getting any sound from the new sequence. Old one plays back perfectly, new one does not, although it has fixed the video problem. Going to post this to a new discussion.
Thanks a LOT for the help.