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Video using JPGS, in full screen previewing mode there is a line on top and bottom of screen.

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Mar 04, 2022 Mar 04, 2022

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I'm making a video using JPGs, in full screen previewing there is a line on top and bottom of screen. In workspace mode video shows JPGs completely show full screen but when I preview in full screen mode there's a whie line on top and bottom of the full screen. I tried adjusting the size of JPGs but the lines are still there. How do I fix this? Once I finalize the video and export it will the lines disapear? 

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Community Expert , Mar 05, 2022 Mar 05, 2022

Please post screenshot of the issue.

 

Once I finalize the video and export it will the lines disapear?

 

That is something for you to test.

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Mar 04, 2022 Mar 04, 2022

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Experiment with the "Default Scale to Frame Size" check block in Edit > Preferences > General.  You can also try selecting an image on the timeline, right clicking, chosing "Clip" and picking "Scale to Frame Size".

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Please post screenshot of the issue.

 

Once I finalize the video and export it will the lines disapear?

 

That is something for you to test.

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You are right. I finalized what I had to see if it works, it did. Thank you.

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Looks like a graphics card issue.

Make sure you have the latest driver installed.

Download straight from the manufacturer (Intel, AMD or Nvidia).

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