Should you downscale your 4K video clips to 1080p? Or upscale your 1080p clips to 4K? Today, I’m going to show you how to edit videos with mixed resolutions in Adobe Premiere Pro.
I’m sure many of you already know how to do this, but if you are just getting started editing using Premiere Pro or if you haven’t had to work with footage that is a variety of resolutions, I hope this video helps you.
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Watch my video about how to shoot & edit videos with MULTIPLE FRAME RATES: https://youtu.be/gf1od2xCaFY
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