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Different frame size problem

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Hi all,

after working on a video project we use both stock footage and self filmed footage.

 

the project setting is 1920x1080.. however, the stock footage seems to be wider and basically the result is that 10% stock footage in wide angle now in the end after rendering has black bars left and right in the movie for 100% of the time... ;(

 

can we somehow correct this problem by resizing or cropping or matching the stock footage? after the very first clip in the timeline is stock footage, it seems to have broken the project for all other footage arranged afterwards...

 

selecting the stock footage and applying "match to project size" does not do anything. it seems like the superwide footage has taken control of the whole project. ;(

 

can anyone tell us how to fix this?

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Different frame size problem

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Hi all,

after working on a video project we use both stock footage and self filmed footage.

 

the project setting is 1920x1080.. however, the stock footage seems to be wider and basically the result is that 10% stock footage in wide angle now in the end after rendering has black bars left and right in the movie for 100% of the time... ;(

 

can we somehow correct this problem by resizing or cropping or matching the stock footage? after the very first clip in the timeline is stock footage, it seems to have broken the project for all other footage arranged afterwards...

 

selecting the stock footage and applying "match to project size" does not do anything. it seems like the superwide footage has taken control of the whole project. ;(

 

can anyone tell us how to fix this?

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Use the Motion Properties in the Effects Control Panel to adjust the size of the stock footage.

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Do you have a default scaling option set? What happens if you set it to "Scale to framesize"?

 

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