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Using Adobe Premiere for HD videos

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I am using Adobe Premiere 6.5 for my videos which are not HD (the olden SD with 480x720 pixels. When the HD came around, I was having a hard time in learning the newer version of Premiere that uses HD videos. Can anyone give me a short explanation of the difference of editing from the SD videos to the HD resolution? Thanks to those who will respond. 

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Imagine SD as a sheet of normal size paper and HD is a sheet of paper that's bigger than SD. By trying to convert your SD videos to HD, what you're trying to do is stretching the paper to match the size of the HD video. Does that make sense? So in turn, this will make your output video very blurry and pixelated. That's the gist of it.

You can convert a HD video to SD without quality loss because it's just shrinking pixels down to a lower resolution. But you can't do the same the other way around.

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I don't know that adobe premiere but my friend recommend that and he said its make HD videos better in terms of viewing movies and it enhances the pixels on a video or photos, but if you want that adobe I think you should study more about that for better-used thanks.

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You really need to have a fast computer because adobe premiere is such a heavy program you need to have at least 8 gbs of ram and at least a gtx 1050ti and i5 processor, because if you don't have a fast computer you'd be waiting days just for rendering your video. 

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