In the Preferences under Media > Default Media Scaling.
Wont affect already imported media. Only new imported media.
Hi @tony_tony ,
For media on your timeline, go to Effect Controls > Scale and set it to 100%.
I f you have multiple clips, apply the 100% scle to one, then copy (Cmd/Ctrl +C), then select the other clips and Paste Attributes.
I'm asking about the API method for writing an extension. But thanks for the answers guys.
//By the way, it is very inconvenient that now there is no separate SDK forum for extension authors (before it was possible to read and search only in it), or has it moved somewhere?
Yea, it's a real pain there's not that separate API/developers forum any more. Some of the M&E folk of course decided that this was a superior process combining the Premiere forums. Right. Whatever.
I'm not a huge fan of nearly anything coming from Marketing & Experience people. Sigh.
There's no API to turn setScaleToFrameSize() off; only on.
I've written up your feature request as DVAPR-4227324; your email address is in the bug, we'll keep you informed of our progress.