January 17, 2015 at 4:36PM

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HDSLR footy in adobe premiere

I have 720 and 1080p footage I am working with.

Is there any set up in premiere to get this footage rendered and exported in solid 16:9 or standard?

I have been having an issue where rather than stripping the top and bottom of the image, it cuts the sides. Any help would be great!

This may be a very newbish issue, I'm sure it is. Though, I am very new to adobe and exporting HD.

Thank you.

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720p and 1080p are 16/9 already. If you want have the same format, or you want the same in all , you can convert 720p resolution to 1080 or vicerversa, 1080 to 720 and have the same resolution.

January 19, 2015 at 6:04AM

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Rag├╝el Cremades
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I'd say check your sequence settings. Some of the 'DV' sequence presets are 4:3, and if you bring 720 or 1080 footage into one, your sides will get cropped.

January 27, 2015 at 4:24PM

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Most likely your sequence settings are incorrect. Use the DSLR presets (I assume you shot 1080p 24) or else just drag a clip over the new sequence icon at the bottom right of the Project panel and it will create a sequence that matches your footage.

July 11, 2017 at 2:44PM

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John V. Knowles
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I am used mark 2 of canon is just amaze picture capture no need to edit on adobe. because i am a photographer in usa and also handle the that place www.theaspireevents.com

July 12, 2017 at 8:10AM

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