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Chapter 2. Starting a Project > Using the Settings Viewer

Using the Settings Viewer

Because you revisit essentially the same video and audio settings when you capture video, start a project, and export a movie file, it would be useful to see them all at the same time and compare them with your source-footage settings. Well, Premiere lets you do just that with the Settings Viewer.

To use the Settings Viewer:

1.
Choose Project > Settings Viewer (Figure 2.27).

Figure 2.27. Choose Project > Settings Viewer.


The Settings Viewer opens. Compare the video and audio settings for capture, project, source clips, and export (Figure 2.28).

Figure 2.28. Compare settings in the Settings Viewer.


2.
Do one of the following:

  • To view the settings for a different source file, choose a file from the pull-down menu (Figure 2.29).

    Figure 2.29. To view settings for other clips in the project, select one from the pull-down menu.

  • To adjust capture, project, or export settings, click the appropriate button (Figure 2.30).

    Figure 2.30. To modify settings, click the button at the top of the appropriate column.

  • To load a preset project setting, click Load.

3.
Click OK to close the Settings Viewer.


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