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Old June 11th, 2011, 01:31 AM   #16
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Re: Do Sequence Settings in Premiere actually matter?

Good question regarding the timecode and the step about relinking the original files.If i'd be in your shoes, i should make a little test: drop some proxyes on the timeline, cut them in a way to remember, maybe when in the frame appear some important objects, write these cuts down and finally relink the h264 files and check visually that premiere done its job fine.Maybe a final render and another check would guarantee you that everything's hopefully allright.

I was thinking about doing all the big steps and checking that Premiere is able to relink the footage based on every particular clip timecode (hopefully).

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Old June 11th, 2011, 09:03 AM   #17
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Re: Do Sequence Settings in Premiere actually matter?

Thanks Bogdan,

I'll do the tests as soon as I can. I am figuring the best way to re-link the (approximately) 4000 files will be to simply disconnect the HDDs with the proxies on them and open Premiere and when it asks where the files are, just navigate to te H.264 files. I assume it will work.

I'll do the test with just one or two files of course and see how I go.

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Old June 21st, 2011, 01:42 AM   #18
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Re: Do Sequence Settings in Premiere actually matter?

just edit native and skip the proxy files. you are setting yourself up for a world of hurt down the road. you are making things WAY more complex then they need to be.

if you are having stuttering with playback, its probably NOT your drives, but your CPU / RAM / other factors. h264 data rate is really low.
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