1440x1080 is anamorphic HD (par: 1.333).
You can use "Interpret Footage" to change the par of the images,
but I would be inclined to create 1920x1080 (par: 1.0) images instead.
Thanks for the reply!
Looks like I've got some research to do in order to understand the differences between "anamorhpic HD" and whatnot. Is that unusual? Should I be configuring something differently for my editing? I just allowed PP to determine the size based on the video that came in.
Thanks again... Off to give that a try!
You can specify the PAR of titles as you create them:
Basically, anamorphic HD uses rectangular pixels
in order to squish the 16x9 image into a 4x3 frame.
Premiere 'un-squishes' the pixels back to 16x9.
If your source footage is 1440x1080 (1.333),
you are correct working in a 1440x1080 (1.333) Sequence...
you just need to create matching aspect / par titles.
If you are using another application to create your .png images,
I would be inclined to make them 1920x1080 (1.0).
This will fit your anamorphic Sequence without worrying about PAR.
Thanks! The 1920x1080 solved it!