Is your footage all uniform? Do your project settings match your export settings? Also make sure your par is set correctly or it can screw up your ar.
Ya, all my footage is the same size, I actually made a template file that I open and resave whenever I start a new scene so that all my settings would
be consistant...and my project settings match my export settings. The monitor in Premiere shows it cropped as well, but it doesn't get stretched until I export it...and then like I said if I export a targa sequence or something it's not stretched or cropped.
I'm not sure what you mean by par, thought.
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Check that your Flash Export's PAR (Pixel Aspect Ratio) matches the PAR in your Project Preset.
Also, when you say "render," do you mean hitting the Enter key to Render for better playback, or do you mean Exporting? If the latter, please give us the complete Export settings used.
I mean export. It's a quicktime movie with MPEG-4 compression. Millions of colours. 1280x720. 24 FPS. D1/DV NTSC(0.9).
The PAR in the export matches the project settings, but I'm not sure if that's something that I'd considered when I was setting up the project...is that maybe the wrong PAR for a 1280x720 movie?
1280 x 720 is square pixels, not
Okay, that's probably where my problem is then, thanks