Download MediaInfo (free):
and drag each of the media into it.
Post a screen capture with the information about your media.
Also, what sequence settings are you using?
It appears the settings are the same. So, someone suggeste "Scale to Frame Size." When I do, it fits
Well, that's pretty clear evidence that the settings aren't the same. Correct that.
Mike these are my sequence settings
I cannot get in there and adjust the editing mode,Video: Frame size
I cannot adjust Video Previews : Preview File Format, widthe Height or codec.
I can however check Maximun Bit Depth and Maxmium Render quality.
Thanks, Bob. I'll download this Mediainfo. In the meantime, here is a screen shot of the original timeline:
You are right, the settings are not the same. Here are the settings in the original sequence.
Here is the new timeline. Notice the width, height, preview frame format, Fiields, Pixel Aspect Ratio is different from the original sequence which was copied and pasted into the new timeline/sequence. Also note that the width & height are gray, not gold like the one above. I cannot get in here and change these sequence settings. I've made several attempts, but it won't allow a change.
Bob, Jim, thanks so much for your ideas.
Try creating the new sequence by dragging one of the existing sequence to the New Item button in the bottom right corner of the Project panel. Note that doing it this way will nest the original sequence in the new one, meaning that it will appear "nested" as a single track item rather than showing all the individual clips.
The ability to change the settings for an existing sequence is one of our top feature requests.