- December 23, 2018 at 9:04 pm
I am tearing out my hair a little bit and hoping that one of you might have some insight on this issue. I’m using Premiere Pro CC 2019.
I am attempting to use time remapping to create speed ramp effects on a piece of footage that is 720p, shot at 60fps and conformed to 24fps. The sequence I’m working with is 1080p, 24fps. I’ve cut the footage up a little bit and am remapping the pieces. When I export the sequence, Premiere seems to ignore the remapping entirely.
To put it another way, let’s say I’ve got a 10 second clip that I’ve remapped to be 3 seconds long — clip-seconds 1-4 happen over the course of 1 second (sped up), clip-second 5 happens over the course of 1 second (real time), and clip-seconds 6-10 happen over the course of 1 second (sped up). When I export the sequence that contains these 3 seconds, what I see is clip-seconds 1-3.
I wonder if anyone has experienced this. Please let me know if any more information on my settings would be useful.
Here are workarounds I have tried, all with exactly the same results:
1. Putting my clips into their own 720p sequence and editing/remapping the nested sequence.
2. Putting my clips into their own 720p sequence, exporting that using the “Match source – high bitrate” setting, importing that file, and editing/remapping that.
3. Editing/remapping the clips, putting them in their own 720p sequence, and exporting that.
Thank you very much for any help you can give. I am a “long time listener, first time caller” to the Cow and am very appreciative of this resource.
- December 31, 2018 at 4:34 pm
Are you exporting using AME or straight from PPro? Have you tried it straight from PPro’s export settings window? If not, give that a shot.
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