I'm using a trial version of the Premiere Pro CS6 on a Windows 7 Pro operating system and 8GB RAM.
Admitedly, I'm a novice when it comes to video editing and I only need to complete this one project for school. So, here we go...
I imported several images at a resolution of 1280x960, however, in the playback window, the resolution is 720x480. This poses a problem because it cuts off the important pieces of the individual frames and the professor requires a 1280x960 video playback resolution.
How do I ...
1. Change the playback resolution to 1280x960? (so it displays the entire image)
2. Select the correct options in the Export process to get the proper video resolution (1280x960) in an AVI, WMV, or MOV format?
3. In the case of a .MOV file, identify the right CODEC "add-on" for Quick Time to play the video.
Is this issue a limitation of the "trial version?"
Am I missing a step on the import?
Is there a Student version I can install that would allow the proper importing?
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated...