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- In Premiere Pro CS4 each sequence has its own settings that used to be at the project level. See Create a sequence and Change sequence settings in the Premiere Pro CS4 Help.
- You can’t change project settings from within Premiere Pro CS3 and earlier. Create a new project with the desired settings and import the old project file into the new project. This is by design.
- anonymous said:
You can at least change the resolution, but it involves a bit of hacking.
First, save your project and close it. Then, find the pproj file in the directory you saved it in. Make a copy of the project file (as this method is not well tested), and open the original in wordpad. Now, select Edit -> Replace... In the Find What field, type the old resolution, preceded with a comma, and in Replace with, put in the new resolution, again preceded with a comma.
For example, to change the project from 360x240 to 720x480:
Find what: ,360,240
Replace with: ,720,480
Save, and open the project. You should get something looking like this: