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Output aspect ratio 9:16 won't stick

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Nov 22, 2020

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Hi there

I'm trying to export a 9:16 clip from a 16:9 video to upload to spotify to be used as a spotify canvas video loop.

 

My original video is 3840:2160.

I set the sequence to then export to 1215:2160 which is 9:16

When I go to export the video it gets set to 1214:2160.

 

I am exporting using current version of Premiere and encoder as an mp4 file using the H264 codec

 

If I try to change the width back to 1215 it simply reverts back to 1214.
What is going on here?

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Output aspect ratio 9:16 won't stick

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Hi there

I'm trying to export a 9:16 clip from a 16:9 video to upload to spotify to be used as a spotify canvas video loop.

 

My original video is 3840:2160.

I set the sequence to then export to 1215:2160 which is 9:16

When I go to export the video it gets set to 1214:2160.

 

I am exporting using current version of Premiere and encoder as an mp4 file using the H264 codec

 

If I try to change the width back to 1215 it simply reverts back to 1214.
What is going on here?

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Nov 22, 2020

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I second that. I just tried it on my system, almost all codecs won't accept a width of 1215. Only Apple ProRes does.

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Nov 22, 2020

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You need to use even numbers.

Choose numbers you can devide by 4.

1216 would be a better choice.

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Thanks very much this makes total sense.

The math that ended up making this work was as follows.

Start with 1215x2160

then divide by 5

then multiply by 4

you get 972x1728

Then change the size of the video in the sequence to 80% as you have made the size of the video 20% smaller.

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TIL A simple explanation if you're curious to know more.

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Thanks for this extra info!

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