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can't adjust aspect ratio for sequence even if I create a new sequence

New Here ,
Aug 16, 2020

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when I go to sequence settings my video frame sizes are locked out so I can't adjust them. Even when I create a new sequence  it won't let me change it from 4:3.  Am I doing somthing wrong? I've changed it on a previous sequence before like this so i'm kind of frustrated.

 

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In the Sequence Settings Pane, click down on the Editing Mode drop down menu then scroll the list UP to find Custom at the top of the list. Select Custom for the Editing Mode:

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can't adjust aspect ratio for sequence even if I create a new sequence

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when I go to sequence settings my video frame sizes are locked out so I can't adjust them. Even when I create a new sequence  it won't let me change it from 4:3.  Am I doing somthing wrong? I've changed it on a previous sequence before like this so i'm kind of frustrated.

 

Thanks!

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Correct answer by Meg_The_Dog | Adobe Community Professional

In the Sequence Settings Pane, click down on the Editing Mode drop down menu then scroll the list UP to find Custom at the top of the list. Select Custom for the Editing Mode:

Screen Shot 2020-08-16 at 5.48.46 PM.png

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In the Sequence Settings Pane, click down on the Editing Mode drop down menu then scroll the list UP to find Custom at the top of the list. Select Custom for the Editing Mode:

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perfect! thank you!

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Aug 17, 2020

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Hi Meg.

So It works but it says teh aspect ratio is 10:11 instead of 1:1 even though the framesize is 1080x1080.  I can't get it to change. Any ideas?

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Aug 17, 2020

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Make sure the Pixel Aspect Ratio is set to 1.0:

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UHD, HD and web all use Square Pixels.

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Thanks again Meg!

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