When setting up a sequence in Premiere, what resolution should I use if I'm uploading to YouTube @1080 but my base "footage" (read: FRAPS capture) is 2560x1440? All the googling I've done talks about issues related to burning to DVDs or movies or some type of super professional stuff that is nowhere near what I'm doing and gets into stuff that I either don't understand or can't relate to. I understand that if all my base video is the exact same resolution, it probably shouldn't matter, and if I scale all the 1440 video down to a 1080 sequence, when I export it, it will look pretty much exactly the same as if I had a 1440 sequence and exported it as 1080. However, I want to bring in video clips from other places that are either full screen captures taken at a different resolution (so far always smaller) or zoom areas to blow them up for call outs or have small clips size-scaled up or down to do different things (like talking-heads or picture-in-picture or whatever). Nothing I do is very elaborate or important (all hobby stuff), but I'd like to do a decent job of it. Thanks for your time and help, and my apologies if I'm being unclear.