When you right click on a Image, would you please explain what is the different between Set To Frame Size, and Scale To Frame Size.
Set to Frame Size will adjust Motion > Scale to make the clip fit within the Sequence frame size. Scale to Frame Size will rasterize the file to fit the Sequence frame size.
Thank you very much
I'm betting a large part of the userbase of Premiere has no idea what rasterize means. I know and I gotta admit it took me a few minutes to figure out what it meant in this context.
Thanks for the Video
This always causes confusion, perhaps 'Scale to Framesize' should be renamed 'Rastorize to frame size'
Not a bad idea: uservoice?
Or re-label it 'Dont use this one'
Or simply remove it. It became obselete the day Set to Frame Size was introduced.
For me both can go: Pref is set to none.
THE REAL QUESTION IS ... WHY DOES PREMIERE KEEP SCALE TO FRAMES SIZE AT ALL?
SERIOUSLY ... ANY REAL LIFE APPLICATION? OR JUST MORE LAZINESS?
WHY WOULD ANYONE EVER PICK LESS PIXELS, AND MORE DISTORTION?
Seriously, why does anyone ever use ALL CAPS?????
The entire point of the "scale to framesize" is that it takes the resizing computing load off the system if the computer is on the low-powered end of the scale.
So yes, it's there for a reason.