See the third bullet point here: FAQ:How do I automatically scale clips to the Project Size?
It will tell you exactly what you need to do.
You will also find links to many free tutorials in the PremiereProPedia that will quickly show you how things are done in Premiere Pro.
ok i have been resizing a whole load clips using after efects i then decided to resize one in premier using the "interpret footage " function when i looked at the files with g spot it said the premier clip came out the same dimensions 720 / 576 as the after efects clips ,,,,, but when i import the premiere clip and a after efects clip into a new premiere project get them on the time line they look different in the monitor window when placed one after the other ,,, the one exported from premiere has a thin black line top and bottom the after efects clips fill the whole screen
why would this be
Because you are mixing 4x3 and 16x9 footage. Continue reading CIB, read the manual from front to cover, watch tutorials and maybe get a proper education in video editing.
the one exported from premiere has a thin black line top and bottom the after efects clips fill the whole screen
This indicates that there is still a mismatch between your Assets and your Project/Sequence Preset. That is what needs to be corrected.
Excuse me Mr Millerd
I am not mixing 4x3 and 16x9 footage
thank you for trying to help though
now i will get back to my education in video editing
Before being resized The Assets read exactualy the same in gspot [600/400]......... and the Project/Sequence Preset are from what i see the same also........ both after efects and premiere were set to their own 720/576 widescreen presets,,,,, premiere xport was micro dv avi and afterefects export was the pall dv widescreen module and as i said both exported files read the same size [720/576] in gspot it is not till they get into the same premiere project that they look different
i shall look more closely