I have done 15 videos for sale, and now I want to make a promotion video for those videos, showing parts of the 15 videos.
I simply took the sequences from some of the videos, and put them on a new sequence "promotion". This made my editing really slow, but I hade the possibility to change in the original sequence, and making this change also appear in the "promotion"
I guess I could have rendered the sequences to video files, and then made the "promotion" by adding parts of these videos on the new "promotion" timeline.
Which would be the preferred wrok flow? - And; to what format would it be best to render the videos, if second option above is choosen as method?
I work with 1920x1080 Canon MXF- files (XDCAM-HD 422 Movie) and the final result should be encoded with H.264 MP4.
Thanks in advance for advice and thougths!
Premiere Pro CC and W7
IntelCore i7 2,67 GHz
16 GB RAM
Either method is valid. Use whichever you prefer.
For the Intermediates, use something very high quality, like DNxHD.
Thanks for your reply Jim!
I found that putting the sequences in the time line made the program very slow, if this is the case, I guess it is better to use the rendered video files. Or is it just my computer that has to low capacity?
I'd expect you to be fine with nesting on that system. Not sure what's going on.