Your Sequence Preset should match the source footage 100%, or one will have issues. It sounds like your Sequence does not match, and Titler creates Titles based on the Sequence Preset.
Can you tell us what the full specs. of the Imported AV files are, and also what Sequence Preset you used?
In CS5, one can drag an AV Asset file to the New Icon, at the bottom of the Project Panel, and PrPro will create a matching Sequence from that material. How does this differ, from what you chose?
If your Sequence does not match 100%, I would Create New Sequence (using the method above), then in your original Sequence, do Ctrl+A (Select All), then Ctrl+C (Copy). Open your new Sequence, set the CTI to 00;00;00;00 and target all necessary Tracks - hit Ctrl+V (Paste) to move all of your Assets to the new Sequence. Things should now match up fine. If not, please let us know.
Well the first video i imported is -
Image Size: 640 x 480 (Although when i play the original video in media player, it displays a larger picture than the exported file from adobe)
The second video's in my project (a perfect size)
Image Size: 1280 x 720
- It is the first video that i would like to increase the size of and make it consistent with everything else in my project
Well, you can use either Scale to Default Frame Size for the SD material, or you can adjust the fixed Effect>Motion>Scale to make it match. This will be up-rezzing the SD material to HD, so check the quality closely, as you might not be pleased.
Many find Red Giant's Magic Bullet Instant HD to be a better option.
Oh yes. I see. Great help
Im not sure if you have any tips - I am downloading videos from youtube. They all seem to download in different frame width & hieghts!
This is why I have had problems.
Do you know of any tools i can use to download youtube/web videos and specify the height & width?
I am downloading videos from youtube. This is why I have had problems.
Agreed. For use with Premiere Pro, you'd do better to stick to using media you shot yourself using a supported camera format. YouTube is where it goes when you're done, not what you start with.