More info needed, is the source video being edited SD then?
You could create a new NTSC DV sequence, then copy/paste entire contents of HD sequence into it. Titles created in HD may be messed up, other potential issues...again, please provide more detail about the situation so we can find a proper solution
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Thanks for responding Jeff,
The video comes from 18 individual movies from a cannon FS300 camera. Image size: 720 X 480, Frame Rate: 29:97, imported as .mod format and renamed to .ms2t so that Premiere Pro would recognize the clips. The videos total 131 minutes, after editing I have 31 clips on the timeline totalling 48 minutes.
When I started the project I just clicked through the sequence page, forgetting that I had just experimented with some wide angle GoPro video and had set the sequence for a previous video to HDV 1080p30. After importing and editing the 18 videos I exported the time line and discovered the size to be 49 minutes and only 340 MB. Previous exports (this is number 8 in a 9 part series) to DV-NTSC_Stardard 48Khz yielded a 40 minute video that was 948 MB.
I'm trying to determine if I have to re-edit the whole project or if there is any way to salvage the 31 clips as DV-NTSC.
How would I copy the HDV sequence (31 clips) to a new (Sequence 2) HD-NTSC sequence?