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How to horizontally center image in Adobe Premiere Elements ?

New Here ,
Dec 21, 2020 Dec 21, 2020

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Hello,

does anyone know, how can I horizontally center image or object in Adobe Premiere Elements 2020 ?

I can horizontally or vertically center text, but I did not find how can I do that to images.

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 21, 2020 Dec 21, 2020
Projects in Premiere Elements are wider than tall, so I assume you mean 1920x1080. If so, click to select the clip you want to center on your timeline and then open up your Applied Effects panel by clicking the button on the right. In Applied Effects, open the Properties panel and set Position to 960 540 (That's half of 1920 and half of 549). 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 21, 2020 Dec 21, 2020

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You just set its position numerically in Applied Effects.

What is the resolution of your project? You can find it under the Edit menu, on the General page of Project Settings.

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Ok, where I can find the Applied Effects feature ?
My project resolution is 1080x1920.

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Projects in Premiere Elements are wider than tall, so I assume you mean 1920x1080.

 

If so, click to select the clip you want to center on your timeline and then open up your Applied Effects panel by clicking the button on the right. In Applied Effects, open the Properties panel and set Position to 960 540 (That's half of 1920 and half of 549). 

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Thanks, I got image horizontally center.
Is there way to make vertical video instead of horizontal ?
So, aspect ratio must change to opposite than horizontal aspect ratio is.
But how can I change aspect ratio ?

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Are you asking how to make a Premiere Elements project taller than it is wide? 

 

That is not possible in Premiere Elements.

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There is another way that is harder to describe than do!  In the Expert mode, select the clip and put the CTI over the clip.  Then, double click in the preview monitor.  Small 'handles' show up.  You can grab the handles or grab the image itself and drag it.  

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