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Pictures is always zoomed in

Community Beginner ,
Jun 17, 2008

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The setting on the program monitor is set to fit, so the pictures should automatically fit in, right? I'm not entirely sure how to fix the problem except for going into the effects control and setting the position and scale, which is a real hassle and wastes a lot of my time since I have about a hundred or so pictures to go threw. You see... whenever I place an image onto the time line, the program monitor zooms way too much on the picture. Strange.

Is there a faster way? I remember there was a time when I didn't have to do that so often. Is it the picture format or something in the preference? All the pictures are jpeg by the way.
Right click on the clip/image in the timeline

Scale to Frame Size

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Pictures is always zoomed in

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The setting on the program monitor is set to fit, so the pictures should automatically fit in, right? I'm not entirely sure how to fix the problem except for going into the effects control and setting the position and scale, which is a real hassle and wastes a lot of my time since I have about a hundred or so pictures to go threw. You see... whenever I place an image onto the time line, the program monitor zooms way too much on the picture. Strange.

Is there a faster way? I remember there was a time when I didn't have to do that so often. Is it the picture format or something in the preference? All the pictures are jpeg by the way.
Right click on the clip/image in the timeline

Scale to Frame Size

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Right click on the clip/image in the timeline

Scale to Frame Size

(I think is what you are looking for)

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Perfect answer.

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Oh my god... thank you. For the past two weeks, I've been dying because of this.

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LEGEND ,
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Should have asked earlier then... :-)

Also there is a option in the Preferences to make this the default

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Where is the option in preferences please help as I am doing this for a client and needs to be done by thursday

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Really? What is it? What does it say?

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Thank you so much!

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You will also find links to many free tutorials in the PremiereProPedia that will quickly show you how things are done in Premiere Pro.


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I tried this approach and it worked.

But when I started a new project, the photos were zoomed out but a portion of the images are cropped. Not showing full frame. Anything I'm doing wrong?

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Go to your Preferences/Media tab, and set the option for Default Scaling to "set to framesize".

 

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Preferences Scaling Set to Framesize.PNG

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Thanks Neil!

 

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