Premiere Pro: Multiple bit depths in same timeline?

Video Production Asked by Steve F. on October 28, 2021


I want to do a two camera shoot but one camera records 10-bit 4:2:2 and the other 8-bit 4:2:2. Can I put clips from both cameras on the same timeline in Premiere Pro?



2 Answers

Yes, you can mix almost anything within one timeline in PP. The only difference would be the 8-bit won't hold as much data so you have to be mindful in how much colour adjustment you throw at it. It's best to edit the 8bit clip and match the 10bit to it (as it can take more) than the other way round.

Answered by zergkills on October 28, 2021

Yes. Premiere can handle different codecs, dimensions, frame rates, and bit depths etc. just fine.

Answered by stib on October 28, 2021

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