This document discusses the proper Premiere settings for student packages for the Broadcast Journalism Reporting Texas program. If these settings are not used, videos will not play-to-air properly.
RECOMMENDED make and work with Proxies you don't have to but sometimes the files
won't play back
|Adobe Premiere Pro - Make and work with Proxies in Premiere|
|If you need a refresher on how to start a project refer to this wiki||Adobe Premiere Pro - Get Started Using Premiere - Project Setup|
Create a new timeline/sequence by clicking on the new item icon
Choose "Canon XF MPEG2 > 1080p > 24 > Canon XF MPEG2 1080p24
The Editing Mode will be 1920 x 1080 at 23.98
|Name your timeline/sequence|
|Your project window should look like this|
Now Save your Project
>Got to >File > Save As
Navigate to your hard drive and save your Premiere Project
Now import your footage
Right click in your Bin and choose >File>Import
Navigate to your card archive that you backed up to your hard drive.
If you are still working off your SD card stop right now and backup your card to a
hard drive see this wiki
Click Here for backup instructions - VERY IMPORTANT!!
|Canon footage you will get this error it's okay to ignore it and click OK|
Select all of your imported footage
From the clip menu choose "Modify > Audio Channels..."
Press Shift + G
|Select "Mono" from the "Clip Channel Format" drop down|
|Set the "Number of Audio Clips:" to 2|
Route your audio
|Drag you clips into the timeline|
|If you get this warning, choose "Keep existing settings"|