But does the speed of my Hard Disk affect the eventual quality of the finished movie? Or just the speed at which it renders and/or exports?
Also, I do not see a H.264 sequence preset in Premiere Pro when I try to start a new project. Is it called something else or is this something I can download?
And if I was to set the sequence preset manually, should I just try and match the settings that are present in the video clip properties (screenshot attached).
Thanks for the help!
Setting up a matching sequence do this.
Its the same as going to file-new-sequence from clip.
For easy editing you can convert the clips to Cineform avi´s.
I was talking about export settings. Under H.264 format you will find several presets you can use.
Ah I see.
Thanks for the explanation.
With regard to Cineforms avi, would that still allow me to do slow motion work? Even if I used the TimeWarp feature of After effects? Or should I keep it in the MPEG4 format with the current video settings as show aboe in my screenshot?
Also, does my computer's hard drive speed have any impact on eventual quality of the outputed video?