Option to use proxies or source clips when exporting
I use Premiere generated proxies with a baked in Rec709 LUT for my projects. For previews it would be nice to have the option to use these proxies and not the source clips when exporting.
Yes, you can choose to add a LUT in the export dialoge, but since I'm working with different cameras and log formats this is no option for me.
Yes, this option shipped last year.
Michael Dabach commented
Please add me to the list of people who would like to see a "use proxies" in the render settings somewhere so we don't have to offline all of our footage (which always is different bins and takes quite a while).
Federico Sottini commented
This would be a game changer. :)
Yes, please implement.
Elliot Frahs commented
Using the tedious workaround Chris mentioned, one export took 8 minutes vs. 1 hour 20 minutes! Besides the benefit of a LUT that Imanuel mentioned, this would be a huge time saver on any project that calls for proxies in the first place.
Chris Colton commented
You can do this by making your clips offline. If the proxies are online and the original media is not, Premiere is forced to render from the proxies. Annoying and not a simple workflow, but a workaround
This would be extremely helpful.
Jim Simon commented
A "Use Proxies" checkbox under the "Use Previews" checkbox in the Export Settings dialog would be nice for quick one-offs.
But that checkbox must remain OFF by default.