Combining Sequences with Different Settings?

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Hello, 

 

I am trying to combine all of my seperate sequences into one final sequence for exporting. A lot of these sequences have different settings so when I try to export them individually and combine them in a single sequence, many of the clips are cropped. 

 

Is there a way to export all of my indivdual sequences as one or is there a way to combine them all without any cropping? 

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Combining Sequences with Different Settings?

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Hello, 

 

I am trying to combine all of my seperate sequences into one final sequence for exporting. A lot of these sequences have different settings so when I try to export them individually and combine them in a single sequence, many of the clips are cropped. 

 

Is there a way to export all of my indivdual sequences as one or is there a way to combine them all without any cropping? 

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well you've either got to crop or have black bars at the top and bottom or the left and right...  If you can live with the black bars (aka:  letterboxed or pillarboxed), that's not that difficult.  Post back if you need help figuring out the workflow, but you might want to tell us what the settings are for the various sequences, in particular pixel dimensions and frame rate

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There is a third option (but one I wouldn't go with).  You could stretch/squeeze/distort the image to fit your target aspect ratio.

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