You will find what your looking for under the Settings tab.
1. File> New> Sequence
2. In the New Sequence dialog box, click the Settings tab (don't have CS6 or 5.5 in front of me but I think that's old copy).
3. From the Editing Mode menu, choose Custom
4. From the Preview File Format, choose Quicktime
5. From the Codec menu, select your disired option
See attached screen grab for reference.
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Thanks Peter for your advice.
One more question about uncompressed sequence:
I created an uncompressed sequence as you tought. Now I want to convert my other sequences which were created automatically from the clips settings to uncompressed one.
How can I do that?
The sequence I want to convert to uncompressed one is in DV NTSC and Editing Mode and Preview Format buttons are grayed out.
I nested it into a newly created uncompressed but how would I "unnest" it to get contents of it (clips) into a Custom Editing Mode with Uncompressed Preview Format.
By the way I am on a PC running Windows 7 64-bit and Premiere Pro CC.
You're better off choosing AVI with the Uncompressed as the codec.
There are things you just can't change for a preset. You'll have to use a custom sequence and copy/paste the clips into it.
So I cannot break apart a nested sequence inside my outer uncompressed one, can I ?
That is absolutely insane to rebuild a sequence from a scratch if I have tens of clips edited into it...
I thought it would be helpful to have an option to break apart a nested sequence inside a parent one as I can do with the compound clips in FCPX (they exibit the nested sequences properties and even more as I begin to realize now).
Hi, you can drag the sequence into a new uncompressed sequence. Just check KEM roll.
Also, why do you need an uncompressed sequence? You can export to any format you like including uncompressed and that will bypass your preview codec.
I thought it would be helpful to have an option to break apart a nested sequence inside a parent one
You can in CC (I think). I just don't use the feature so I'm not sure how.
Here's a tuorial video on the new KEM roll feature in Premiere Pro CC.