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Jose Milan September 4th, 2007 04:11 AM

Can you change sequence features afterwards in PPro CS3

I have a Project in PPro which is 480x320 and have to scale my footage from 720x576 (pal version) to that of 480x320 (or the other way around). The question is that I would like to be able to take my edits from that resolution to the other (480x320 to 720x576) without having to do the same edits again (only having to scale back to 720x576 for example) in another resolution. Is there a way to do this, import the project with different resolutions???


Bart Walczak September 5th, 2007 05:57 AM

Just open (import) your old project in your new one.

Jose Milan September 5th, 2007 07:12 AM


I've done that already, but the problem is that my original edits are lost, all of them are flatten into a single video (.avi).

I would like to have all the edits as in the original project.

Is this possible???


Dale Stoltzfus September 5th, 2007 08:39 AM

Are you rendering the video as an AVI file before importing it into the new project? If you are, you don't need to - just import the Premiere file into the new project. If you are already importing the Premiere file, here a a few things to check: After importing, there should be a folder in your Project panel. Twirl down that folder and find the "master sequence" of the imported project (this is the sequence that contains everything, including other sequences if the original project had more than one sequence). Unless you changed its name, the sequence you want will be called Sequence 01. Drag this "master sequence" into your timeline. It will appear in the timeline as a single clip. To see and edit your previous cuts, transitions, etc, double click on that clip (sequence) in the timeline. It will open in its own timeline and you should now see the individual clips, cuts, and so on.

Jose Milan September 5th, 2007 09:02 AM

Hello Dale,

You gave me the final step I was missing! I did drag the sequence01 to the timeline and I thought you could not touch it up, I did what you said and doble click and I can see all my edits...so that does it!

Thanks a lot!

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