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I created proxies for 4k drone footage, but now it is zoomed in on my footage with black squares

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Jun 29, 2020

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Hey, as the title states I am having issues with my footage being zoomed it.

 

I am working on a 1080x1350 sequence, I followed a youtube tutorial on making the proxies and set my width and proxy height to 1080x1350, but when I view the footage it is now zoomed in with black squares top and bottom as pictured. How can I avoid this?

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Josh

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I created proxies for 4k drone footage, but now it is zoomed in on my footage with black squares

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Hey, as the title states I am having issues with my footage being zoomed it.

 

I am working on a 1080x1350 sequence, I followed a youtube tutorial on making the proxies and set my width and proxy height to 1080x1350, but when I view the footage it is now zoomed in with black squares top and bottom as pictured. How can I avoid this?

Screen Shot 2020-06-29 at 1.14.10 PM.png

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Josh

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It looks like the sequence and clip properties don't match. Plus you should put the Use Proxies button on the program monitor using the + icon, that will show if you have proxies turned on (it's blue). Bummer about the odd clip sizes. You can probably make your master in vertical HD, no? And let Instagram, display the size it wants?

 

So a screen shot with your sequence settings and clip and proxy properties. 

 

You can use the free MediaInfo program to give us info on the clip. Get the program and using the 'Tree' view post a screenshot of your clip info: https://mediaarea.net/en/MediaInfo/Download

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It looks like you imported the proxy files instead of attaching them to the original.

BTW mp4 is not a good choice for proxies.

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/ingest-proxy-workflow.html

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