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Aug 02, 2020

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Third time doing something in Premiere so I'm really new. Basically, I'm just putting titles at the front and end of a Zoom meeting capture. Titles and video started out fine, but as I continued to refine the titles, and was essential done, the picture is now down and to the right. What did I do?

 

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Thanks Myer, but after thinking about this, I decided to go a different way. Like I said, this was just titles on the front and end of an otherwise unedited Zoom meeting video. So I kept the titles, then deleted and reimported the Zoom video from the timeline. I have no idea how things got screwed up, but everything is fine now.

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Picture No Longer Centered in the Frame

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Third time doing something in Premiere so I'm really new. Basically, I'm just putting titles at the front and end of a Zoom meeting capture. Titles and video started out fine, but as I continued to refine the titles, and was essential done, the picture is now down and to the right. What did I do?

 

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Thanks Myer, but after thinking about this, I decided to go a different way. Like I said, this was just titles on the front and end of an otherwise unedited Zoom meeting video. So I kept the titles, then deleted and reimported the Zoom video from the timeline. I have no idea how things got screwed up, but everything is fine now.

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Make sure your sequence frame size is the same as the size as your media/video files. Also, look at your effects control panel with the video selected like in your screenshot. (The Effects panel is totally unhelpful for this question). See what the scale is, you can size it down if it's say at 100. Post your sequence settings, Frame size of the video and Effects control panel.

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Thanks Myer, but after thinking about this, I decided to go a different way. Like I said, this was just titles on the front and end of an otherwise unedited Zoom meeting video. So I kept the titles, then deleted and reimported the Zoom video from the timeline. I have no idea how things got screwed up, but everything is fine now.

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