We mainly do motion graphics and 3D animation, so I use Premiere Pro almost exclusively to edit together such pieces rendered out of After Effects using the Pro Res 4444 codec. As an FCP user, my instinct was that if I invoked creating a New Sequence from one of those clips Premiere would create a sequence that would match my Pro Res 4444 clip exactly. It doesn't. It matches the size and frame rate, but creates a sequence with the Editing mode set to ARRI Cinema, I-Frame Only MPEG Preview File Format, MPEG I-Frame codec, and my pristine ProRes 4444 ends up with a yellow render bar in the sequence.
Am I missing something?
I have to select custom from the Editing mode and manually select ProRes 4444, etc. Not a big deal. I could save that preset. Just wondering why that function doesn't totally match my source clip.