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How to blend videos recorded with different dimensions?

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Sep 14, 2020

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I recorded several videos with my phone. Some in landscape. Some in portrait. Some as a square.

 

My goal is to blend these videos together to look like one size. I am ok with losing some space on the landscape and portrait videos. 

 

Any help or a direction to a great tutorial on this would be awesome. 

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How to blend videos recorded with different dimensions?

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I recorded several videos with my phone. Some in landscape. Some in portrait. Some as a square.

 

My goal is to blend these videos together to look like one size. I am ok with losing some space on the landscape and portrait videos. 

 

Any help or a direction to a great tutorial on this would be awesome. 

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First, you'll need to decide what 'view' you want. Then perhaps drag/drop a clip of that aspect onto a blank timeline to create a new sequence.

 

Then ... in your Edit/Preferences/Media tab, make sure the default scaling is set to "set to framesize".

 

Now you should be able to drag/drop other media onto that timeline I think. It's been a bit since I've done this sort of thing but give this a  try.

 

Neil

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