Here is how to export individual clips as Apple Prores 422 from a Premiere Pro timeline:
- Select and nest each clip on the timeline. You can leave the default nested sequence name or rename it to whatever makes sense. To speed up this process, assign a keyboard shortcut to this action.
- Select all nested clip sequences in your project bin, then click export media.
- Choose a location for your exported files, then select Quicktime for Format, Apple ProRes 422 for Video Codec, and uncheck audio.
- Since we have multiple nested sequences selected, we’ll have to queue this batch to Media Encoder, which comes bundled with Premiere Pro.
- Media Encoder will automatically open and add your clips to the queue with the settings we specified earlier.
- Optionally, if you have a high-performance GPU card, select a renderer to speed up the exporting process, then click Start.
After you complete the rendering process, you can find your exported clips in the specified location.