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Auto Reframe losing Resolution

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Jun 01, 2020

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When I go to my sequences and hit auto reframe, it drops the resolution of the clips (all of them) down from a normal 1080 down to 112. It also automatically toggles off my motion controls under the Effects tab, so I have to go in an toggle it back on for each clip in the sequence. I'm using Premiere Pro 2020, and it's  fully up to date. So what's going on and how do I fix it?

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Auto Reframe losing Resolution

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When I go to my sequences and hit auto reframe, it drops the resolution of the clips (all of them) down from a normal 1080 down to 112. It also automatically toggles off my motion controls under the Effects tab, so I have to go in an toggle it back on for each clip in the sequence. I'm using Premiere Pro 2020, and it's  fully up to date. So what's going on and how do I fix it?

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"1080 down to 112"

 

Um ... trying to figure out what you mean by that ...

 

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Jun 26, 2020

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Yeah I'm having the exact same issue. 1920x1080 sequence, trying to go to a 9x16. Premiere finished auto reframe and the resulting sequence is 103x183 pixels! Hah. Like, super tiny and weird aspect ratio.

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Jun 26, 2020

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Cody,

 

I can't replicate ... and your aspect ration is veritcal 34:61 which is bizarre ... what options did you set in the Reframe dialog?

 

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Jun 26, 2020

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Hey so I was turning a 16x9 into. 9x16. For whatever reason premiere set
the resolution of the new sequence to that crazy low setting and ratio. I
was using some full HD and some lower res footage in the original sequence,
but all size to fit the 1920x1080 original sequence. But yeah it was pretty
weird and in the end it may have been faster to do it manually instead of
using the auto reframe, which kinda defeats the purpose hah.

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Jun 26, 2020

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Cody,

 

What process did you use to set the framesize for the lower-res media in the sequence? Fit to framesize, Scale to ... , or simply scaled on the sequence manually?

 

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Jun 26, 2020

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I wouldn't say there was one thing I did. Sometimes set to frame size but
often the footage had black bars and then needed to be scaled manually to
fix. Either way the intuitive thing I expected was that it would look at
the current sequence of 1920x1080 and go from there 😄

Is there a setting that would help make this work in the future?

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Jun 26, 2020

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I was asking out of curiosity and also to get more data points for anyone else that sees this thread.

 

For testing, you could say test with short sequences with one of each type of size change, and see if they auto-reframe correctly or not.

 

Neil

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Aug 11, 2020

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I'm having this same issue. Using the auto-reframe sequence function to make a 1:1 video and it is dropping the resolution so the end result is tiny and unusable. This has always worked int hte past. Has anyone seen a resolution to this?

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Sep 02, 2020

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I am having the same issue too. My original sequence is 1920x1080. I went to Sequence: Auto Reframe Sequence: Chose Square 1:1, Motion tracking to default, Don't nest clips. When i go to look at the reframed sequence it is 306x306.  Why is it making the resolution so small?

I don't want to manually reframe each clip in my sequence, because there are 100+ edits and inserts, graphics etc. Is there a solution?

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