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My video's quality is dropping significantly when I render.

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I created my snippets of animation in another software and exported it as 1920x1080 (top image) and spliced it together in Premiere Pro, but when I exported it after putting everything together, my quality had dropped a lot and the colour was manipulated. Can someone help? I've tried to change my render settings but nothing worked. I've spent a lot of time on this, and want to make another one, but I don't want it's quality to drop when I do.

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Make your sequence 1920x1080 and then scale the photo to fit, you could try right clicking the photo on the timeline and selecting 'scale to frame size'

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My video's quality is dropping significantly when I render.

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I created my snippets of animation in another software and exported it as 1920x1080 (top image) and spliced it together in Premiere Pro, but when I exported it after putting everything together, my quality had dropped a lot and the colour was manipulated. Can someone help? I've tried to change my render settings but nothing worked. I've spent a lot of time on this, and want to make another one, but I don't want it's quality to drop when I do.

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Correct answer by Richard M Knight | Adobe Community Professional

Make your sequence 1920x1080 and then scale the photo to fit, you could try right clicking the photo on the timeline and selecting 'scale to frame size'

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Please post screenshots of your media properties, sequence settings, and export settings.

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As soon as I make the sequence 1920 x 1080 it crops my video.

(I used the Insert Photos function)

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Look how tiny your sequence is:

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As soon as I scaled it up, the footage got cropped

 

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Yes, if you increase the size of the sequence that the media is in after you've scaled it down to fit, it's going to be scaled down. Personally, I wouldn't recommend using Scale to Frame Size, because you should just be able to reset the Scale property of your footage to get it to fit a sequence of the appropriate size, and with Scale to Frame Size you can actually risk negatively effecting your footage.

 

In the future, the best recommendation I can make is to start a sequence based on the properties of the source media. Here is one of several ways to do that:

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Make your sequence 1920x1080 and then scale the photo to fit, you could try right clicking the photo on the timeline and selecting 'scale to frame size'

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Oh thank you so much! It worked!

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