inserting footage from the source monitor to the timeline is being magnified ,why?

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inserting footage from the source monitor to the timeline is being magnified ,why?

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Adobe Community Professional , May 02, 2022 May 02, 2022
Likely you have a different sequence size vs video file. Like if you have a 4K clip (UHD) and a 1920x1080p timeline/sequence, by defualt it will come in 'magnified. There's an option I leave set, which works well for that situation, be sure to use "SET" and not 'scale" to frame size.

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Is the frame size of the clip in the source monitor the same as the frame size of the sequence in the timeline?

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Likely you have a different sequence size vs video file. Like if you have a 4K clip (UHD) and a 1920x1080p timeline/sequence, by defualt it will come in 'magnified.

 

There's an option I leave set, which works well for that situation, be sure to use "SET" and not 'scale" to frame size.

 

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