I'm editing my first animated short movie and I have the animation done in 24fps so I will be putting it in Premier as 24fps. But if I choose one of the presets HDV 1080p and display format to 24fps it gives me the timebase only 23.976 which if I add music that was synched at 24fps would make it offsync after a minute or so. So, is it the best way to do custom settings and set editing mode to desktop then choose frame size 1920 x 1080 and then timebase and display format to 24fps or is there something I am missing here? I don't really know that much about these things so thats why I thought I would ask you, as you know a lot more than I do. ) I used to try Final Cut Express but that doesn't have 24fps and also my renders always got reduced quality after export so I thought I would try Premier. Is there any effective way how to preserve the quality in Premier? Thanks for any feedback Also, do I select pixel aspect ratio square pixels or something else? I think my renders from maya are square pixels so i pressume that I should use the same in Premier, correct?