how to resize in Premiere Pro

Community Beginner ,
Feb 12, 2021

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Hello,

I have put a part of a video in the timeline.

In my source monitor the video is OK, but as you can see in the final monitor at right the same video is very small. In the timeline all my precedent videos are OK for the size in the final monitor but for this video it is not the case.

How to have the same size in the final monitor for all videos in the timeline ?

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Most likely your footage does not match the sequence settings.

Post screenshot sequence settings and properties of the image.

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Right click on the faulty clip and selecr 'Set to Frame Size'

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@Ann Bens 

My sequence setting is 1280 x 720

The faulty clip is 510 x 360

 

@Richard M Knight 

If I do right click and "set to frame size", I have now as you can see the faulty clip filling all the final monitor at right.

But how to set myself the faulty clip size slightly less than the entire monitor size ?

 

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But how to set myself the faulty clip size slightly less than the entire monitor size ?

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Manually with Scale.

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@Ann Bens  How to scale precisely only the faulty clip (not all the other clips of the timeline), by example at 95% of the final monitor ?

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You can use the guides (View dropdown menu) and set them to 5 and 95%.

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/user-guide.html/premiere-pro/using/source-monitor-program-monit...

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@Ann Bens  I have read the link you give me but I don't understand how to enter a specific number for the size of this faulty clip (by example 95%),  ie : enter a number (in percent) but without using guides ?

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