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Premiere Pro CC scales video larger than sequence

Community Beginner ,
Jul 07, 2018 Jul 07, 2018

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I'm wondering if this has to do with re-imaging my computer but any time that I try to create a new project in Premiere and add a video to the sequence, the video is zoomed in and the work space frame doesn't match the clip. I tried going through the sequence settings and nothing seems to be working. I even went back to older projects that I knew worked and premiere automatically does it to those videos too! I've just had nothing but problems with premiere lately, and I'd appreciate if someone has any answers to this.

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LEGEND , Jul 07, 2018 Jul 07, 2018
Is your program monitor display size set to “fit”?MtD

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Jul 07, 2018 Jul 07, 2018

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What are your preferences settings for default scaling?

And how are you creating the sequences? Drag/dropping a clip from the project panel onto the new item icon, as is most often suggested?

What does the media frame-size show in the project panel and what sequence settings do you get?

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Jul 07, 2018 Jul 07, 2018

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My default scaling for media is "set to frame size", and when I create a new sequence I always just drag and drop clips from the project bin to the sequence window.

When I create a new sequence from a clip the sequence settings automatically change to ARRI cinema editing at 23.976 fps. The pixel ratio is at 1 and is at 1920x1080 just like the clip. For some reason it just zooms in super close and the ratio in the editing preview is way wider than the video.

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Is your program monitor display size set to “fit”?

MtD

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Jul 07, 2018 Jul 07, 2018

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I feel so stupid ha. I had it set to 100% but didn't think to set it to fit. Thanks so much!

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New Here ,
Nov 22, 2021 Nov 22, 2021

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mine is at fit yet i cannot see the complete clip, its zoomed all the way, any suggestions, how to fix it ? new with premiere so basics would also go all the way

 

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Nov 23, 2021 Nov 23, 2021

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Right click your video file in the project panel and select 'new sequence from clip' that should produce a sequence of the correct size.

 

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