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What exactly is your HD source ( Camera and format info?)
Most likely to be a PAR setting issue where it doesnt match your real source and your project setting (which presumeably do match.)
After checking the source and project settings are matching exactly.
Use the OutPUT TAB in AME then try to change the PAR and the Dimensions together.
When the OUTPUT looks the same as the Source (TAB) you should be good to go.
My source is a Canon HF-10. The source dimensions are 1920x1080. Pixel aspect ratio 1.0. (I got that from the Properties of the original source).
It looks as though my Sequence settings aren't matching up with the source, and that might be the problem.
How can I determine what those Sequence settings should be?
Thanks for your help.
The source dimensions are 1920x1080. Pixel aspect ratio 1.0. (I got that from the Properties of the original source).
Match the Sequnce Settings to the above.
I do not have CS4, so am only guessing a bit here, but... in the Toolbar, go to Sequence and in the drop-down, choose Settings. You should have everything there.
Note: I am interpolating from earlier versions, where things were global to a Project. One would find those settings in the Project (Toolbar), but with CS4, one sets these at the Sequence level, hence my guess.
Hope that's where it is, but Glenn, or Craig will surely correct me, should I be wrong.
Thank you all for your help! The problem was in my Sequence.Once I matched up the settings with the camera, most of those isss went away. Fortunately, I was able to marquis-select all the elements in the first Sequence, Copy, then Paste into the new, correct one.
I have a new problem relating to frame size, but I'll post that separately.
Thanks again for the help.
Glad that Craig could help, and thanks for reporting that it was the Sequence Settings.
Good luck on the next issue,