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While using auto reframe sequence to Vertical - my images stay the same size (1920x1080) in the new vertical frame. Why dont my clips change to vertical ratio?
Auto Reframe does not change the orientation of the clip, it identifies the actions in your video and reframes (uses Motion > Position) the clips for different aspect ratios.
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In the example tutorial, when she applies the auto reframe sequence, the image then fills the entire vertical picture. When I do that, it has bars on the top and bottom. How do i adjust it to not do that?
Is your origianl Sequence the same frame size as your clips?
If you drag your clip to the New Item icon (bottom right of Project panel), it will create a Sequence that is the same frame size as the clip. Right-click that Sequence in the Project panel and choose Auto Reframe Sequence > Aspect Ratio > Vertical 16:9. This should create a sequence in the Auto Reframed Sequences folder that has same height as your original Sequence, so that you should not have black bars. eg: 1920x1080 original Sequence with Auto Reframe Vertical 9:16 will create a 607x1080 Auto Reframed Sequence.
Thanks for these steps. I followed them exactly and still have black bars on the top and bottom of my vertical frame.
This exact thing happens to me on one PC but does not on another PC with the exact same settings. There must be something system related causing this to not work correctly. You should not need to select rescale to sequence.
Hmmm, that is odd. By any chance did you modify Motion > Scale or use Scale to Frame Size or Set to Frame Size or Default Media Scaling set to Scale to frame size or Set to frame size in Preferences?
I selected Scale to Frame Size just now and it seems to have worked...
Hi, did you solve your problem ? I have the exact same thing happening to me and I don't understand why...
Has anyone gotten this working? I have never been able to use auto reframe as all it does is shrink the ratio to 9x16 and add black bars to the top and bottom of the video. Analyze and render do nothing.
Update: If I nest the video, it works. But if I don't choose to nest, it doesn't.