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Adjust your project to reflect your source material.
My source material is the entire 1680 x 1050, so adjusting my project is not an option. If you know or anyone know how and can help me so Premiere can adjust to my project, that would be grateful. :)
Your project settings?
1. Do your project frame size settings match your footage?
2. Have you selected 'fit' for the programme window?
3. What format is your export?
4. How are you planning to replay at full screen after export?
Have you tried scaling down the size of your clip.
1-With the clip selected on the timeline, open the effect controls panel next to the source monitor.
2-Under the Motion Property you will find Scale.
1-Right click on the clip in your timeline and try "Scale to Frame size".
If you have selected a project preset that is a different aspect ration than your original footage you may run into a problem. Either way may result in either your footage being clipped a little so that you can cover the whole frame size or leaving the top and bottom empty.
If that happens you should probably choose one of the widescreen presets and re-import your media and rebuild the project. You can't change project settings in the middle of a project.
I've been Film Editing for over 6 years, but the majority of that is with FCP, so I know very little about Premiere.
For the questions:
1. Not Sure
2. Not Sure
4. My plan is to show it on Youtube, which is why I wanted the entirety.
Jerron Smith option (Second one) worked perfectly, thank you on that.
>I know very little about Premiere.
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>adjusting my project is not an option.
Actually, if you want a 1650 x 1050 final output, it's your only option.
Start a new project with the correct settings, and either start fresh, or import the old project into it.