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The max size for Premiere Pro is 4096X4096 if I remember correctly.
If you want to scan larger than that, you can pick the best part of the image and use Photoshop to scale it down.
Or, use After Effects to do the zoom in, since AE can handle 30,000X30,000 IIRC.
You might even find Photoshop Extended's timeline sufficient for zooming (although no "easy ease" is available to my knowledge).
> The max size for Premiere Pro is 4096X4096 if I remember correctly.
With CS3 I believe the limit is now 16 megapixels, distributed however you'd like. (So you can do 4096x4096, or you can do 16,700,000 x 1.)
That could easily make a difference for most cameras, which don't shoot square images. Thanks for the info.
Trying to figure out the 4:3 numbers for that many pixels took me a minute. The math escaped me.
Somewhere around 4720X3540 or so seems right.
Took me more than a minute to figure out the math. :p
(4096x4096) / (4x3) = 1398101.33333333
√1398101.33333333 = 1182.41335130035
4 x 1182.41335130035 = 4729.65340520141
3 x 1182.41335130035 = 3547.24005390106
Yes, but I cheated and rounded off to 1182. :)
I resize to 1500x whatever (for sd). This give plenty of zoom and pan room for most situations. PPRO will choke on large images sizes in large projects regardless fo the theoretical limit. So,keep um as small as you can and still have room to pan.