here is my concern. I'm using Premiere Pro CC on a last generation MacBook Pro and clips created with a Canon C300. Once imported the clips, I create sequences directly right-clicking on them and selecting "New sequence from clip".
I haven't been warned about wrong codecs or footage interpretation, so I guess I should expect in "Sequence settings" that in Editing Mode should appear "Canon XF Mpeg...."
Instead, I am in front of a "Sony XD CAM HD422 1080 PAL" setting. Is this normal?
I've tried to change back to the "Canon XF" setting, but in that case Premiere shows me the yellow line of rendering. Which is the right way to proceed with this workflow? Any help is strongly appreciated.
I agree about the "concern", and all the parameters match the attributes of the clip, so it "should" be fine. But I'm wondering... what's the point of having two different editing mode, then? And even so, why PP CC doesn't recognize the right one?
Of course even if the attributes match, I'm still worried that maybe there could be something wrong in the workflow. Any idea why PP acts like this?