Use a custom/desktop sequence with 320 x 240 resolution instead of a DV preset.
This is going to be REALLY strange.
I just did that for like the fourth time ... and it worked.
I don't know WHAT was going on ... but the fields in the Desktop settings would not let me change them.
I restarted the Premiere and it worked again.
It may have been on the verge of crashing. :\
So ... I guess it was the software.
Thanks for the reply Harm
I think I'm good now.
Glad you got it solved. Happy editing.
Hey Harm ...
Sorry to pester you .... but now I have the opposite problem.
I have the sequence as 320 x 240 and my slicing is good.
Now when I export ... it's locked in at 720 x 480 ... even though the source is 320 x 240.
What am I doing wrong?
I just need straight output of the 320 x 240.
When I'm in the Export window ... changing those parameters are disabled.
Export to WMV, that allows you to set your export dimensions as you like.
What file type are you exporting?
Most export / encodes allow you to set the dimension.
Maybe you are using a preset. If so scroll down the Video Tab till you find the Dimesions and the bit rate settings
Ultimately it is going to be a .wmv when it is all said and done.
I have NO idea what is going on.
Now every time I try to change any settings the application crashes ... it says "sorry ... I'll try to recover your files" but when it restarts ... the file is corrupt and I have to start all over.
I'm having the same bad luck with AE.
Actually ... that's why I am using Premiere because AE is SO messed up.
I've done an uninstall and a complete reinstall of AE and it still messes up.
I'm beginning to think it's my machine.
Thanks ... I'll see what happens if I try to export under a different format.