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Manually resize the first image, then copy it and paste the attributes to the rest, all at one time.
But that distorts them...and I dont have time
If it distorts them, you are doing it wrong or expecting something that isn't possible. What are the dimensions of the stills?
Perhaps you should email me a few of your stills and maybe I can see a problem.
Use the email address on my web site at http://www.stevengotz.com
Did you render after setting scale to frame size?
The only other option is to manually scale them as Steven instructed (which you say makes them blurry) or manually scale the orginals in PS or some other images editing app.
But; for most purposes letting PPRO scale them to frame size is more than acceptable. What project preset are you using? How are you viewing them? Have you rendered?
I exported the video and it looked like crud in that
I am doing a widescreen project
WHat project preset are you using?
What are your image sizes?
How did you export to test?
Are there any other effects on the images, or did you make any other changes to the fields?
Doing things the way I am this is my final product
And it looks like crap...
Images are huge (over 1200x1200)
Doing a Widescreen project
>I don't have time to resize 100+ images
Premiere can do this in batch. Doesn't take as long as you think.
How do I do that Jim? Can I put them all on the timeline then convert them or does it have to be done ahead of time?
You do it before import into Premiere.