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Change aspect ratio

Explorer ,
Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

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Hi Premiere Pro people

 

I seem to recall there was a way when changing aspect ratio with PP (typically wide angle to horizontal) to let Premiere Pro take control so that the object was maintained centre shot automatically. Is this feature still available and can someone remind me how I get to it please?

 

Thanks in advance

 

David

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Explorer , Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

You're looking for the Auto Reframe effect in the Effects panel.

 

If you've already done it, you know to create a new sequence with the new dimensions, cut and paste your current timeline into it, and apply the Auto Reframe effect to each clip.  I'm pleasantly surprised by how fast and well it works.

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Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

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What does that mean: wide angle to horizontal.

Set/Scale to Framesize?

 

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Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

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Thanks but that wasn't what I was thinking of. I'll look back a few years at videos I produced using the feature and see if I can get any ideas

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Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

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You're looking for the Auto Reframe effect in the Effects panel.

 

If you've already done it, you know to create a new sequence with the new dimensions, cut and paste your current timeline into it, and apply the Auto Reframe effect to each clip.  I'm pleasantly surprised by how fast and well it works.

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Thanks very much auto reframe that's what I was after

 

I think I used the Auto Reframe Sequence command before but now I know what it is called I can have a play and use the help

 

Thanks again

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