I want to take some still photos from Photoshop and bring them into a Premiere 1920 x 1080 sequence.
My plan is to do some basic color correcting and to then crop the images to 1920 x 1080 and save them as either tiffs or psd files for import into Premiere.
1. Is there a built in way to go back-and-forth between Photoshop and Premiere?
2. Which color profile should images be saved with from Photoshop to Premiere?
3. Is it problematic to bring in lots of images that are much larger than the sequnce settings in Premiere? So as an example, if the settings are 720 x 480 and I import 100 1920 x 1080 images, I'm guessing they will all display correctly in the sequence, though they just add extra file size? OR does it cause problems to bring in larger images than is necessary?
This is something I do often. I would do your color correction in Photoshop and save as PSD's. I would import in PPRO as native PSD's. The reason I like to do this is because if I want to go back and modify the color it's as simple as doing an "edit original", making your modifications and saving the file and the file will update in PPRO.
Also if you export the photo sizes larger than the frame size of your sequence, it may be handy if you plan to pan, zoom and animate the photos. I personally always tend to bring them in larger than the sequence settings specifically for this reason.
Hope that helps.
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