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New Here ,
Aug 31, 2021 Aug 31, 2021

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I am a new user today. First problem; Why is most of tea area lost from a movieclip in the Timelinse?

This only happens with files imported from my Iphone. 240993347_353439749846993_1264154429755094127_n.jpg

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 03, 2021 Sep 03, 2021
Great, glad that works. Per the answer above: Be sure to use 'SET to frame size' rather then SCALE to... the later essentialy removes the extra pixels, wheras SET to just sets the scale property to 50% and you can still reframe the shots, zoom into them etc all the way to 100% without losing quality.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 31, 2021 Aug 31, 2021

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We need to see your sequence settings and know your frame size. 

 

It looks like you have maybe a 1080p sequence using 4K footage, if that's what you want, then right-click the clip in the timeline and select set to frame size.

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Adobe Employee ,
Sep 03, 2021 Sep 03, 2021

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Hi Rune5E38!

Sorry to see that. Can you post the screenshot of the Sequence Settings? Also, what's the resolution of the media files?

 

Let us know.

Thanks,

Kartika

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Sep 03, 2021 Sep 03, 2021

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Case closed. Thanks for the answers. Sollution was «Scale to frame»

Rune

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Sep 03, 2021 Sep 03, 2021

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Great, glad that works. Per the answer above: Be sure to use 'SET to frame size' rather then SCALE to... the later essentialy removes the extra pixels, wheras SET to just sets the scale property to 50% and you can still reframe the shots, zoom into them etc all the way to 100% without losing quality.

 

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New Here ,
Sep 03, 2021 Sep 03, 2021

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Yes, of corse. ”Set to frame” was the sollution👍👍

 

Thanks again.

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Great. We're all set but thanks. Hang around the forums a bit, you'll learn a ton just by reading the messages that interest you. And you can comment on them too 🙂

 

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