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Ralph Zakib
how do I view and adjust the size of the program window's black rectangle and what might have made it change?
on Apr 8, 2020 at 10:25:57 pm

How do I view and adjust the size of the program window's black rectangle and what might have made it change?

This is a project where the rectangle is as I want it
https://i.imgur.com/vlJO6yy.png


and this how I dont want it
https://i.imgur.com/h2Stki6.png


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Eric Santiago
Re: how do I view and adjust the size of the program window's black rectangle and what might have made it change?
on Apr 9, 2020 at 6:39:07 pm

Wait what is the sequences format sizing?

That looks like its portrait mode e.g. 1080x1920 pixels.


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Ralph Zakib
Re: how do I view and adjust the size of the program window's black rectangle and what might have made it change?
on Apr 12, 2020 at 1:51:44 am

thanks, what you(eric) and paul said look spot on..
it's the sequence formatting.. and related to what i'd dragged on

I'd imported an image with a portrait like resolution, into the project window and dragged it on, maybe that was the first thing i'd dragged in. So I removed that from the timeline and deleted it from the project window.


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Bill Celnick
Re: how do I view and adjust the size of the program window's black rectangle and what might have made it change?
on Apr 10, 2020 at 12:59:23 pm

You can also reset your workspace back to the default:
Window> Workspaces> Reset to Saved Layout

Best.

Bill Celnick
Starlight Video Productions
Sugar Loaf NY


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Paul Neumann
Re: how do I view and adjust the size of the program window's black rectangle and what might have made it change?
on Apr 10, 2020 at 3:07:55 pm

I think what we're dealing with here is, "Just drag a clip here and a sequence will be created so you can begin editing." Maybe?


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