The images you are using are smaller (PX x PX) than the PX x PX dimension of the project you are using so they look like a postage stamp in a large frame..
Appreciate the response on this. Actually, some of the images appear to be just fine.
Is there a fix for this before I import them? Also, were you able to see the attachment I included?
Saw the attachment
What size was that particular images ( rt click- Properties) and what size is the project?
I have 18 phtos in the project, varying in .jpeg file size from 8KB up to 197KB.
They all add up to 1,443 KB.
What size in pixels x pixels is the image then what size is the pixel by pixel of the edit sequence?
Imagine you put a 2" x 2" picture in a 12" x12" frame.... what would you see?
Yeah, I'd probably have black surround the actual image with a 2" image in a 12" frame. I checked the file size (in KB, using Properties) and found that the images which were too small (and surrounded by a black box) were in the area of less than 60 KB while the ones which were above, say, 120KB seemed too big... Cuz they appeared to be zoomed in on. One image which seemed just right had a size of 90.6KB.
I'll need to go back in to each file and see in the properties report will state the pixel size... Then I'll get back to you.
The pixel size don't show up. See attached scree shot of Yellow Snowplow which is 90KB and just the right size.
KB means nothing in this regard
Windows Explorer shows you the size of an image.
Anyway ..hopefully you now get the idea why you have the issue with some of your images. (You do ...dont you?)