Use timecode. Or use Match Frame. Or perhaps I don't understand the issue.
However, stop what you are doing and try something else a whole lot easier.
Create a new sequence with the right settings. Lasso everything in the old sequence and copy it. Then paste it into the new sequence.
That is the only way to change sequence settings, but it works just fine.
Or am I missing something?
Steven has given you the best direction
for changing your Sequence settings.
But, when copying and pasting your existing Timeline's elements into
a new, properly configured Sequence you should be aware of a few
If you are changing the frame rate in the new Sequence, be sure
to inspect each cut / transition to make sure you have not opened
any unwanted gaps in the Timeline.
Any Audio Mixer settings you have made in the original Sequence
will need to be recreated in the new Sequence.
If you have applied the 'Scale To frame Size' or Motion Effect modifiers
to some of the clips in the original Timeline, you might need to remove
or revise these modifiers once the clips are in a properly configured
your direction is good but I left one detail behind.
I used a compressed version of my videos and now I want to use the uncompressed for better quality. That's why I wanted to know the cutting point. I'm changing the source video.
What do you think?
The best way out sorta depends on which corner of the room
you have painted yourself into.
I don't do any proxy editing, someone else might advise.
It depends on where the uncompressed version came from. The overwhelming majority of cameras these days shoot compressed footage, and you won't really gain much by turning that originally compressed footage into uncompressed. The only time it makes sense to switch out your edit for uncompressed is if the original started out as uncompressed, and you made a compressed version for editing and now want to reverse that.