4 Replies Latest reply on Dec 1, 2014 6:09 PM by jaanshen

    Editing ProRes clips in timeline, then Export > Media as ProRes: Does Premiere re-compress the ProRes clips?


      To clarify: in ye olde Final Cut Pro 7, if you were editing ProRes clips and then outputted a Quicktime with the appropriate settings, it would NOT re-compress the ProRes source, just kinda copy>paste those individual frames into a new Quicktime (since ProRes is intraframe).


      In Premiere Pro, does it export media in the same way, if your source clips are ProRes and you export a ProRes Quicktime? Or does it do a blanket re-compress to ProRes of the timeline to create the new ProRes?


      Thanks in advance for any insight.