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It would be nice if this was possible via Adobe Media Encoder so I could export all aspect ratios at a bunch of resolutions at once, and have the transitions be applied after the reframe operation
@carolinesears. What is the best way to edit the position of keyframes once the effect is applied. Currently it says "Motion (disabled when Auto Reframe is applied). I can edit the timing etc., but not position.
Is there a way to set defaults for the pixel dimensions of each of the aspect ratios for auto-reframe? When exporting for social using the 4x5 aspect ratio - the ideal size that the platforms want the file is 1080x1350, but the dimensions that Premiere Pro generates are based on the source footage so I'm getting sequences with 576x720 or 864x1080 which Instagram has had issues with.
It's clear that it's looking to make the height of the source files the driver of the output, but I'm curious if there's a way to customize the output so we can have consistently sized content.
I have been able to edit after the fact to change the sequence settings and the reframe reprocesses to match the new size, but it would be nice if there was a default so we don't have to change the settings for each video after the auto-reframe.