What version of Premiere Elements and on what computer operating system is it running.
Generalizing for now...
Please consider the principles for creating your own 21:9 project preset in Premiere Elements
Please let us know the outcome.
I am using Premiere Elements 11 on Windows 7. I looked at that page but I need 2560x1080 not 1920 x 822.
Same concept. Just replace with your values.
Need help doing that or are you OK?
Please let us know the outcome as your schedule permits. Or, if you need help with this, let me know, and I will customize the details.
I got the preset working alright but how do I export it with the 21:9? There are no options there. Can I change the values for those too? Thanks.
If you have created the 2560 x 1080 project preset and are using it in your Premiere Elements 11 project to match the properties of that 2560 x 1080 source file, then you, when to get to export, can customize the selected export preset settings. One example...
with Presets = MP4 H.264 1920 x 1080p30
then, under the Advanced Button/Video Tab, customize the preset to MP4 H.264 2560 x 1080...see screenshot
I guessed at the frame rate since I do not see that included in your details. And, I have assume NTSC for frame rate, since that was not mentioned previously.
Are you OK with the principles involved?
Please review, consider, supply more details for a more fine tuned reply.
Thanks a lot, this actually helps me fix two things. I got the correct pixels and I want to output 60fps. Is there anything that should change for that? Also I don't understand why there is 29.97 or 30fps and 59.94 or 60fps. Thanks.
Thanks for the update.
For your export, if 2560 x 1080 @ 60 progressive frames per second according to your camera specs, then set the frame rate to 60.
Otherwise just set the frame rate in my screenshot to 59.94. Double check that your frame rate is not 60i. That means 60 fields per second which would equate to 29.97 interlaced frames per second. And, if you saw 50i, that means 50 fields per second which would equate to 25 interlaced frames per second.
Often 30 is the rounded off version of 29.97 frames per second; whereas, 60 is the rounded off version of 59.94 frames per second.
But sometimes not.
I will look around for the best article on the subject. See if this one helps.
Ok that helps a lot! Thanks for all of your help.
Thanks for the reply. If you are OK with the link that I posted on Timecodes and 29.97 and 30 frames per second, I will leave it at that for now.
That is the best one I have found so far. Others have pop ups all over the place and do not get down to basics. If I come across any related articles on the subject, I will post them in your thread.