This is my first question on this forum though i use Premiere Pro quite alot. Now, to my issue. I'm working on a documentary, and i screwed up. I got the video as a tiff sequence, which i expored through premiere as a 1080p ProRes file. When I imported the frames, premiere automatically predetirmined that they're 29.97 fps. I exported, cut them up by scenes, and then did a first draft of color correction. Later on, i was told that the whole movie is at 25fps, and that I have to redo everything (a week of work). Now, my question is if there is a way to go back and somehow redefine the frame rate, so that i don't have to redo the individual cuts and color correction. It's 72 minutes, so I really don't want to redo everything manually. I know it's an amateur thing to do and i regret it, I tried to slow the sequence down to make it 25 fps, but that doesn't let the image be fluent/liquid and just looks fake. Anyone?
Make a new sequence with the correct framerate. Copy clips from old sequence into this new seqeunce. Done, no need to re-edit.
If possible check the clips with Media info to see what framerate they actually are.
Thanks, but I tried something like that. It didn't look liquid. The problem is that from the TIFF sequence i made a ProRes 422 HQ file at 29.97 fps, and that's what i did the cuts & color correction on...