Hey thanks for the reply. I should have worded what I was saying better.
It was originally made in after effects by a friend of mine, he sent me a .mov. I am editing and adding audio in Premiere.
What are your sequence settings? And if I understand you correctly are you saying the source file is progressive? Or are you saying you're trying to export it as progressive. (no fields)
You are correct the source file is progressive and I would like to export it as progressive at a 1:1 if possible.
Sequence settings are as follows:
Frame Size: 2000 Horizontal: 2000 vertical 1:1
Pixel Aspect Ratio: 1.0
Fields: no fields (progressive scan)
Just select the Quicktime and the codec Animation or whatever codec/format you want that supports custom aspect ratios. Then set the aspect ratio to 1:1 and then type in 2000x2000 where the pixels blank is.
If you have tried this and it doesn't work then I'm not sure whats going wrong. The only thing I could recommend is then trying to modify>interpet the footage to something else possibly. Maybe try making it upper field and exporting to upperfield and see what happens.
Hey, Thanks for your suggestion! I've tried this and it makes the frame 2000x2000 but smashes and stretches the video and throws wierd letterboxing around the left and right sides. (I'll keep messing with it : D)
I guess at this point I'm more concerned about exporting a progressive video. Any suggestions?
Ah just downloaded that picture. Thanks again.
That worked! You are awesome.