my quality it super low and its frustratingly hard to find how to fix it

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please help me my quality it super low and its frustratingly hard to find how to fix it. there is a screenshot attached. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 16, 2022 Apr 16, 2022
If you look at the 'Frame Size' settings in the image you posted you'll see the size is 256x144 pixels. This is tiny when compared to normal HD of 1920x1080 pixels. So something likely went wrong when you first created your Premiere Pro sequence. Try this: create a new Premiere Pro sequence in your existing project - if you don't know how to set up a custom sequence - try a preset sequence, say AVCHD 1080p30. Ideally a sequence will match the pixel dimensions of most of your footage ... so i...

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Apr 15, 2022 Apr 15, 2022

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Could we have details about source material. sequence settings and computer hardware.

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here are the sequence settings

i have a nvidia gtx 1660 super and an intel core i3. 

sorry im not sure what source material means can you please elaborate. 

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If you look at the 'Frame Size' settings in the image you posted you'll see the size is 256x144 pixels.

This is tiny when compared to normal HD of 1920x1080 pixels.

 

So something likely went wrong when you first created your Premiere Pro sequence.

 

Try this: create a new Premiere Pro sequence in your existing project - if you don't know how to set up a custom sequence - try a preset sequence, say AVCHD 1080p30. Ideally a sequence will match the pixel dimensions of most of your footage ... so if you have footage in HD then a 1920x1080 sequence is good.

Now select everything in your original sequence, copy it, and paste it into you new HD sequence.

You may find you need to resize your shots to fill the frame in this new sequence ... but see how you go first with the above and come back with more questions.

 

 

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thanks soooo much that actually helped alot you just made another persons day!

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We're here to help, but need a little more information on what you're doing...

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-discussions/faq-what-information-should-i-provide-when-a...

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