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Is the video in Premiere Elements really 16:9 widescreen?

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Importing an image which I know is really 16:9 into Premiere Elements as a background photo, the thin black strip still appears on either side of the video! How do I get rid of the black strips?

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Is the video in Premiere Elements really 16:9 widescreen?

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Importing an image which I know is really 16:9 into Premiere Elements as a background photo, the thin black strip still appears on either side of the video! How do I get rid of the black strips?

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What is the width and height of the image, as measured in pixels?

The 16:9 video frame is 1920x1080 pixels in size.

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W 4928 pixels

H 2772 pixels.

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Same 16:9 proportions. I don't know why it doesn't fit a 1920x1080 frame.

BTW, why use such a large photo in a 1920x1080 project? Why not just make it 1920x1080? If you do make it 1920x1080, does it fit the 1920x1080 frame any better?

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You can select the image, click in the preview window and grab the frame dots and "enlarge" to hide the strips.

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