I have been creating a series of videos and just before I exported my final project I noticed that the video has distorted and stretched horiztonally. It has happened to every clip in my timeline.
I have cleared the cache, upated all the software etc. Has anyone else had this happen and can anyone advise of a solution please? I am using: Dell G5 SE gaming laptop with 16GB of ram and a processor: AMD Ryzen 9 4900H with Radeon Graphics 3.30 GHz.
Here is a photo showing how stretched the presenter is:
Any help will be appreicated as I have been paid to make these videos and they are unhappy with the stretched look and I will probably have to make the entire sequence again.
Hello @Pattern Poole
I haven't seen this issue before.
Thanks for your reply.
I tried those steps however, it didn't work sorry,
My clips are in 1080 x 1920 MP4 files.
I think what has happened is when I was editing I changed the file name
where all my source clips were without thinking. It has happened to me a
few times in the past and I think that is the reason.
Thanks for your help!
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I'm having the same issue, and I even made sure my original clip is back in the folder it was in when I first started the project, and that the name of the original file is the same.
Just found something that worked for me...I thought I had originally had the clips on my Desktop, but apparently I had them in a different folder on my desktop. Once I got the original clips into the Folder they had been in when I started the project, and restarted Premiere Rush, then the clips in my timeline were the proper proportions (not stretched) again.
So what can be done when you actually want to move the original files to another location? Anyone have info on how to do this without distorting the clips?
First video I made, good. After that haven't been able to render a single video without it being glitchy and freezing. Tried everything, splitting the video into halves, redos, deleting and redownloading the ap. After spending a full day editing video only to have an ap that cannot render it is beyond frustrating. Don't have a lot of nice things to say about the ap at this point, just frustrating.