How big do you want the video to be? How are you planning to use it when you export it?
Create a 1920X1080 sequence if you have animation that big. Or create one that is the same size as your Flash.
I want the video to go on YouTube.
I just created an animation in Flash that is 720x480, so in Premiere would I have to make the sequence that size as well?
You see, in Premiere Pro a frame size of 720X480 normally uses rectangular pixels, not square. So, if you create your animation the same way, then you can use a simple DV AVI preset. But I don't think there is a way to do that.
So, yes, you can make a 720X480 sequence using square pixels if you make a custom sequence.
But is that what you want to do?
If you made your animations at 1280X720 using square pixels, then you could use 720p presets and it would look better on YouTube.
Ok cool thank you so mucj for helping me out!
So how do I make my animation that size using square pixels? And then How do I use the 720p preset, is that in Premiere or in Flash?
In Flash you just need to set your stage for that size. I assume the same way that you chose 720X480.
In Premiere Pro, you can use one of the DSLR presets when you create a new project. If you used 24 frames per second like in the example above, chose a Premiere Pro preset like the one circled below:
Then when you export it to H.264, select the YouTube setting for 720p at 23.976 and just change it to 24.
when I uploaded them to premeire
On a side note, 'upload' means to transfer from a local computer to a remote computer over a network, like when you send the files to YouTube.
You don't 'upload' anything into PP, you just 'import' it.