Simon Hutchins

Simon Hutchins

The crux is I have this project file in Premiere Pro CS5.5 which contains the original MOVs and time adjusted movs that I nested and turn into F4vs, so it contains movs and f4vs with 1 aiff file and I need to send the work to the director(who has FCP7 and works on a Apple computer) so they can key out the green screen and grade it in FCP7. I don't want to send them 1 big video file because there are a hell of a lot of fast flickering cuts so would be easier if they could view as a project file in FCP7 like I can see it in Adobe Premiere Pro. I haven't done this before as you can tell but someone must of tried doing this before so how can it be done?

My project settings in Premiere Pro are

Editing mode: DSLR
Timebase 25.00 frames/second
FRame size 1920 x 1080 vertical 16:9
Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels (1.0)
Display Format: 25fps Timecode

Sample Rate:48000HZ
Dispaly Format:Audio Samples
Video Previews
Preview File Format I-Frmae Only Mpeg
Codec: Mpeg I-Frame

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