Premiere 6.5 project to import into Pro 2.0, wrong aspect ratio
Frage von rhubschmid: August 2006
I created a project in Premiere 6.5, respectively, and would like to start this process now next in Premiere Pro 2.0. In 6.5 I've made it as 16:9. Now it is but 2.0 per specified as 4:3. In the project settings, I can not change it synonymous. What's happening?
Antwort von Markus:
You started s.14.08.06 cutting a 16:9 video and want to 6 days later of Premiere 6.5 to Premiere Pro 2.0 upgrade? kopfschüttel * * Something you are thinking but before we begin with a Project!
Let that be with the software changes, which makes it not in between. Therefore, the risk is too great that something is stuck behind some. Stay with Premiere 6.5 and then begin to climb until the end of the current project to Premiere Pro 2.0. - Or start new in Premiere Pro 2.0. ;-)
Antwort von r.p.television:
Premiere 2.0 can be stupidly certain settings for an existing project not change. (So just a tip but it could not accurately test). Start a new project with the aspect ratio presets which you need and then import your old 6.5 Project. As a "Sequence 1" You can now place entirely on your timeline. I hope now with the correct aspect ratios.
Liebe Grüße, Mike
Antwort von rhubschmid:
Hi Mark and Mike
Thanks for your tips. I know now has lain s.was the whole thing. Beginner's mistake! So I have a Matrox RTx10 there all very synonymous set to 16:9, but I was either drunk or blind, when I've created the project in Premiere. For it was 4:3.
Premiere Pro now accepts these presets. Why synonymous always possible to change these any more. In Premiere 6.5, this can be synonymous during the editing.
Solution: Change In Premiere 6.5, a copy spiechern, then with 2.0 Pro to open, ready, it transmits.
That with the change I do not see so tragic, especially since I have not really many minutes of film, so even at 5% degree of completion. But the Komofrt in Pro 2.0 is a lot better than 6.5. so worthwhile for me to switch. If I were next in the Project, I would follow your advice, of course :-)