I'm not sure what the question or problem is?
1280x720 is a 16:9 (widescreen) format, and will appear
as such in both the Source Monitor and the Program Monitor.
I then go clip > video options > scale to frame size
If you are adding your 1280x720 still to a 1280x720 Timeline,
you should not have to scale the image at all.
What am I doing wrong?
Not sure... what are you trying to accomplish?
A YouTube video?
DPI has no relevance in the video world.
Thanks Joe, yes I'm trying to accomplish a youtube video that will also be uploaded to our site and I need to put a watermark on etc.
I'm pretty fussy and I don't understand why I'm getting my black lines. Like you say, it's exactly the same size image, matching the canvas.
Thanks Joe, spot on, I've just started on this programme. I'm researching sequence setting now to try to understand.
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A couple of helpful links re: Sequences:
How do I choose the right sequence settings?
Creating and changing sequences
And for beginners:
FAQ: How do I learn Premiere Pro?
Getting Started with Premiere Pro CS6
Adobe Premiere Pro Help and tutorials
Premiere Pro CS5-CS6 Reference
(.pdf 12 MB download)
Great links, many thanks Joe.
Thanks guys, much appreciated.
So I'll be fine to create at 1280 w x 720px which will serve as youtube video, and I'll be fine to import the same size into Indesign and scale down for a interactive pdf witha slideshow of pics of previous projects.