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giovanni romerocan someone explain me please match sequence settings please?
by on Nov 17, 2014 at 4:00:46 pm

hi
i'm new , and i would like to say Hi (did not find a forum to present myselft)

i'm starting to learn premiere cc and i'm using premiere cc 2013 under windows 8.1 pro 64bit

before rendering my project , i don't know what reall does match sequence ?


could someone explain please and maybe make an example ?

i'm using the english version , only to follow the tutorials but english is not my native language

thanks in advances


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Joe Barta IVRe: can someone explain me please match sequence settings please?
by on Nov 18, 2014 at 4:30:39 pm

When bringing footage in to Premiere and placing it on a timeline for the first time, Premiere will ask if you want to match the settings to the timeline or to the footage. If you select the footage settings, then it will change the Sequence to match and real time playback should be smooth with very little rendering.

When exporting the Sequence you can select "Match Sequence Settings" which will create an exported file with the same codec, frame size, and frame rate as the Sequence you edited in. Look at your Sequence/Sequence Settings in Premier to see what they are. If you uncheck the "Match Sequence Settings" it allows you to change the format, codec, frame size, frame rate and so on. Customizing your export file.

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giovanni romeroRe: can someone explain me please match sequence settings please?
by on Nov 18, 2014 at 4:50:14 pm

hi Joe

Premiere will ask if you want to match the settings to the timeline or to the footage

it have never asked me to match the settings

When exporting the Sequence you can select "Match Sequence Settings" which will create an exported file with the same codec

but if i had in my project some clips like mov ,mp4 and avi ,what codec will it use ?
seeing the clips are different containers

thanks Joe!


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Ann BensRe: can someone explain me please match sequence settings please?
by on Nov 18, 2014 at 7:42:58 pm

Usually it will use Mpeg I frame for preview.

General speaking I would not use Match Sequence Settings as it will use the Preview codec which is of lesser quality.

When exporting just use a preset or make the export settings yourself.

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Joe Barta IVRe: can someone explain me please match sequence settings please?
by on Nov 18, 2014 at 10:29:33 pm

Best advice for you using multiple formats in the timeline is
do not use "Match Sequence Settings".

Uncheck the "Match Sequence Settings" box.

Select the Format that you would like the export file to be, QuickTime, H.264, AVIā€¦.

Then select a Preset that best meets your needs.

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giovanni romeroRe: can someone explain me please match sequence settings please?
by on Nov 19, 2014 at 6:26:09 am

thanks!

so match sequence is totaly unlinked to smart rendering , am i right?


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Joe Barta IVRe: can someone explain me please match sequence settings please?
by on Nov 19, 2014 at 2:23:47 pm

Correct

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Ann BensRe: can someone explain me please match sequence settings please?
by on Nov 20, 2014 at 11:55:50 am

Smart render is only for certain formats:
http://blogs.adobe.com/kevinmonahan/2012/10/11/smart-rendering-in-premiere-...

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