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This wiki doc will explain how to prepare and export your "PICTURE LOCKED!!" timeline for use in a ProTools Project.

Open your Final Premiere Pro Project and select your final Picture Locked Timeline.

Download these two files Countdown and Universal Tail Leader

Countdown - ProRes.mov

Universal Tail Leader.mov

Duplicate your Timeline that you will be prepping for export to ProTools

 

 

Select the timeline>Right Click it and choose > Duplicate

Rename the copy of the timeline so you can easily identify it.

Navigate to the Countdown and Universal Tail Leader files that were downloaded

 

In this instance they are in Macintosh HD>Users>(your user account)>Downloads>

Shift click the two files and choose to Import them into your project
Double click the Countdown - ProRes.mov file to load it into the source monitor

Mark the entire clip. Go to the head of the clip and mark an inpoint and go to the end of the clip and mark and outpoint.

The duration should be 8:00 seconds

Place the timline indicator at the head of the timeline

Make sure there are not any other in our out points in the timeline.

Right click on the timeline on the ruler and choose Clear In and Out

On the source side click the Insert icon or the "comma" key on the keyboard to insert the

Countdown and 2 Pop at the head of the timeline

Once the countdown is inserted into the timeline double click on the clip to load it

into the source side monitor

Select the timeline to modify in the "Timeline" window

 

click on the 3 dashed lines next to the name

Choose "Start Time"

type in 59:52:00 and select OK

 

you don't have to type in the decimals they will be added automatically

Click OK

Notice that now the timeline start time is 59:52:00
Make sure that first picture starts at 1:00:00:00
Next load the Universal Tail Leader from the Media Browser

Mark the entire clip. Go to the head of the clip and mark an inpoint and go to the end of the clip and mark and outpoint.

The duration should be 8:00 seconds

Put the timeline indicator at the end of the timeline

Make sure there are not any other in our out points in the timeline.

Right click on the timeline on the ruler and choose Clear In and Out

Click the Overwrite or "period" shortcut key on the keyboard to place the tail leader

at the end of the timeline.

Now that the Universal Tail Leader is at the end of the timeline double click on the clip to load it into the source side monitor

Finished timeline loaded>go to File>Export>AAF

Check the Box Enable

Sample rate 48 and 24 Bits


Choose to Embed Audio

Change the Format to Broadcast Wave

Render - Trim Audio Files

 

Handles 196 Frame

 

Click OK

Choose a place to save the file.


Click Save

Next Export the QuickTime "Chase" Movie

 

Go to >File>Export>Media

Choose Format QuickTime

Preset Settings won't work we will have to make a custom setting.

Choose to Export Video and Export Audio

Click on "Video Tab" Video Codec should be set to Avid DNxHD

 

If you don't have this choice from the drop down then you need to download the codecs from here and install them. Close Adobe Premiere before you install. Then Re-Open Premiere

Windows DNxHD Codec

Mac DNxHD Codec

Click on Codec Settings

 

Choose 1080p/23.976 DNxHD 36 8-bit

Go to Video>Basic Video Settings

 

Change to 1920 x 1080

23.976

Field Order - Progressive

Aspect - Square Pixels

Click on Output Name - and choose where you want to save the file.

Navigate to your hard drive and title the file

 

 

Click Save

Check to make sure that the Source Range is set to

Entire Sequence

Last step is to Click Export to begin exporting the file.