2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 20, 2013 8:37 PM by Steven L. Gotz



      I'm trying to use 320 X 240 time-lapse in a 1920 X 1080 piece, so I created a special sequence for the 320 and dropped it into the main 1920 sequence. The 320 plays full screen in its own sequence, but nested in the 1920 sequence it plays tiny. What am I doing wrong?

        • 1. Re: Question
          shooternz Level 6

          Your tiny source footage is being played back in a very large canvas. (like a postage stamp effectively)


          ie your source footage is not matched by your sequence setting (dimension)

          • 2. Re: Question
            Steven L. Gotz Level 5

            You can scale up the video to match the HD frame size, but you are going to really hate the results. You are asking Premiere Pro to invent pixels where there weren't any before. It can't make them up out of thin air so it makes all of the pixels a lot bigger and the blurry results will be horrible.


            Why are you using such tiny video, and why are you trying to export it so large?