it does not seem to apply the Pro Res 422 compressor.
What exactly were you expecting?
I am also unsure of what you were expecting.
If you want nitty-gritty details of using ProRes in Premiere Pro, see these articles:
Being a recent FCP devotee I will see if I can interpret what this person expected.
By dropping a Prores 422 clip on the Make Sequence button, I will hazard a guess that he expected to see a Prores 422 sequence created. In the FCP workflow that is the desire sequnce to play that clip in. What he is seeing in the second image (the sequence settings) is an AVCHD 1080 anamorphic sequence. And hes not sure why its not Prores.
Im sure once he reads the links Todd provided he will understand he is not in Appleland anymore and that there is a different workflow with PrP.
How did I do? ;-)
Yes your assumption is correct... I am still in Appleland though, just trying to break away from FCP-land, rather FCPX-land...
Oh and I'm a she, not a he (but being a male dominated field, this does not surprise me)...
And Todd, thank you for the extremely helpful link... helped to clear things up quite a bit.
My most profound apologies CCR. A forum posters name usually is a good indication of gender, but reading CCR I thought of John Fogerty and subconsciously made you a male.
Lets start all over.
Nice to meet you ma'am. ;-)