16:9 to 4:3 ?

Explorer ,
Apr 28, 2018 Apr 28, 2018

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Using Adobe Premiere Elements 12

Shot film at 16:9 but when loaded to "Project Assets" showed up as 4:3.  Is there a way to convert it back to 16:9 on the time line.

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Gil

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Explorer , Apr 28, 2018 Apr 28, 2018
I went into the "Help" menu and it explains it all in the "Interpret Footage file: Use 1.2 pixel aspect ratio if your source clip has a 720 x 480 frame size. This setting lets you maintain a 16:9 frame aspect ratio.

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I went into the "Help" menu and it explains it all in the "Interpret Footage file: Use 1.2 pixel aspect ratio if your source clip has a 720 x 480 frame size. This setting lets you maintain a 16:9 frame aspect ratio.

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[On Edit:  Glad you got it resolved so quickly]

You offered so little information that it is impossible to guess.

Computer?

Shot film?

Camera?

Source of video?

Project settings?

Import procedures?

Screen shots?

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