When i try to export my video it nearly instantly happens and when i play it it has terrible graphics, i have a 3050 and use hardware encoding. The estimated file size is also 4mb It also say the resolution of the video is 259x194 but i am sure most of the clips in it are atleast 720p. PLEASE HELP IT ITS FOR SCHOOL.
Trying to make a billboard out of a stamp is surly to give bad image.
Sequence settings should match your footage.
Set Sequence Settings/Editing mode to Custom and adjust the height and width.
The Edit layout has not changed.
Billboard as in huge resolution compared to the source.
Select the sequence in the project panel. Go up to sequence and hit sequence settings.
Set Editing mode to Custom, now change the framesize to match the footage you used.
Actually i found it sorry for the inconvenience, is there a faster way to scale everything up or do i have to do it 1 by 1?
What do u mean by Billboard, and how do I find the sequence settings. Im new to the new layout of premiere pro and have completely lost myself.
By @Daniel Ilinov
She means that your sequence is 259x194 (Stamp) and you are exporting that as 1920x1080 (Billboard). Exporting 259x194 to 1920x1080 will indeed look bad.
Select your sequence and go to Sequence > Sequence Settings and change the Editing Mode to Custom. After that, change the width to 1920 and the height to 1080 and click OK. This may not be the magic solution unless your footage is 1920x1080 or higher. If your source footage is 259x194 this will not make it magically make it HD. Scaling up any footage will look bad.
What are the properties of your footage, 259x194 or 1920x1080, or? 🙂
EDIT: Ann was faster. 🙂
@Averdahl This is also very helpful even though Ann was faster, the properties of my footage is mostly around 1920x1080 because i have many differnet clips for the project. My only question left is, is there a way to scale up everything at once?
THANK YOU ALL, so much this has helped me make an amazing project, it would've taken me days to figure this out and it was due today. You are AMAZING!
As for the scaling: select all in the timeline > right click > Set to framesize.
You do need to check each clip if they are in order.