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Thread: Sony HDR-SR11 Preset Settings for Adobe Premiere Pro CS4

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    Hi there.

    I would like to edit raw footage from my Sony HDR-SR11 in Premiere Pro
    CS4, but am unsure of what Presets to use when I am initially opening up a Project. I filmed at AVCHD 16M (FH) (1920X1080).

    Here are the options:

    1. AVCHD 1080i25 (50i) Anamorphic
    2. AVCHD 1080i25 (50i)
    3. AVCHD 1080i30 (60i) Anamorphic
    4. AVCHD 1080i30 (60i)

    Anyone know which one to choose? I'm pretty sure it's option #4.



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    If it's PAL, likely to be option 2. NTSC, option 4. If you import and you see a red (or yellow) line above the timeline when you drop a clip onto it, you know you've used the wrong project setting. You can create a new timeline with the correct settings by adding a new sequence. To make sure you get the settings right, right click on the clip and select properties. This will tell you the frame rate etc.

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    Hi Marc. Thank you for the quick response.

    That's what I thought. I didn't know about being able to check the properties of the footage, so I will do that.

    Thanks again!


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