Creative COW Premiere Pro Tutorial

Interpreting Footage in Premiere Pro

Sometimes you bring in footage to your project panel to add to a sequence and it just looks wrong! This is because Premiere Pro has interpreted the footage – or made assumptions about the footage – which aren’t correct.

So how do you tell PP to interpret the footage properly?

In this tutorial Andrew Devis shows how to use the ‘Interpret Footage’ function in PP and then how to use the correctly interpreted footage in a sequence that matches that footage.

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NOTE: The Interpret Footage function works in previous versions but the the new comp function demonstrated is for CS5 and above.


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