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Blahtor MagnusPremiere won't let me change frame size
by on Feb 3, 2009 at 10:24:29 pm

Hi guys,
please, check out the screenshot below.

How do I manually set Video Frame size in Premiere CS4?
In my case, the spaces where you are supposed to put custom values are greyed-out (inactive).
I tried creating all kinds of projects with all kinds of sequences in them - no result.

http://img4.imageshack.us/img4/2885/56429996ai1.jpg



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Eddie LotterRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on Feb 3, 2009 at 11:17:37 pm

You have chosen an editing mode that has a specific frame size, which as you have discovered cannot be changed.

Choose the "Desktop" editing mode and you can specify the frame size you want.

Cheers
Eddie


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Blahtor MagnusRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on Feb 4, 2009 at 12:19:01 am

Thanks!



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Eddie LotterRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on Feb 4, 2009 at 2:19:12 pm

You're welcome. Happy editing. Happy editor


Cheers
Eddie


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adumi SoRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on May 27, 2009 at 6:11:35 pm

Hi eddie,
The `Desktop` format allows me to set the frame size only when I create the new sequence , but after it was created I can`t change frame size settings - it`s disabled. Is it possible at all to fiddle with a sequence`s frame size AFTER it was created ?
Thanks


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Eddie LotterRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on May 27, 2009 at 6:12:15 pm

Unfortunately not, but what you can do is copy the clips on the old timeline and paste them into the new timeline. Very handy. :)

Cheers
Eddie


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Paul WhishawRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on Aug 24, 2012 at 11:07:48 pm

I find this a little frustrating. Not so much for video clips but for titles. I am so used to being able to manipulate titles in FCP, duplicate, new text, duplicate new text. Now I have to create a new title for every single piece of text. Which is interesting until you are trying to upres from 720 to 1080 and you can't actually change the size of the text "files" you've created.

I can increase them to 200% or whatever but come on, let me resize the original Adobe. Really.

Paul Whishaw
PDVpro.com
"If it moves, We'll Shoot it"


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Daniel CampbellRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on Jan 29, 2013 at 9:16:32 pm

Yeah, I'm actually having a lot of trouble finding where to enable the "Desktop Editing" option as well. Any way someone could point out where this is really quick? Pretty please?


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richard GlendenningRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on Nov 14, 2011 at 5:23:15 pm

Hi Eddie,

Where do I find the option to do Desktop Editing Mode?

Cheers,


Rich


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sumeet dabralRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on Dec 30, 2011 at 5:07:11 am

hiiii Eddie Lotter....

Sir will you please suggest me from where i have to select "DESKTOP EDITING" mode.....

Please help me as soon as possible.....

Warm regards
SUMEET DABRAL


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Harry MorenoRe: Premiere won't let me change frame size
by on Apr 21, 2013 at 3:16:37 pm

Problems finding the desktop mode?

Under Sequence Preset you make a selection you like. Under the other tab 'General' you can select desktop mode under 'Editing Mode:'

Than after editing in the od size i cant export in common formats like 'H264'. Only in FLV i cant export the video in the od proportions. Is there a solution to export od sizes in H264?


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