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Norman Frizzle
editing 1440x1920P
on Jul 29, 2020 at 1:05:46 pm

I have removed fields from standard definition NTSC video so it is progressive and resized it to 1440x1920. Whatsequence setting (or options) can I use in Premiere to edit it AS PROGRESSIVE without have to put black bars on the sides?

ndfrizzle


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Chris Wright
Re: editing 1440x1920P
on Jul 29, 2020 at 3:34:58 pm

depends when and if you changed the pixel aspect ratio yet and if you wanted to work in square pixels or not.


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Norman Frizzle
Re: editing 1440x1920P
on Jul 29, 2020 at 4:59:19 pm

I completely revised my original standard definition file in Virtual Dub, creating a new file in square pixels after having interpolated the interlace to integrate with the even field, then I expanded the image to 1440x1080, square pixels. A bramd new file.
I can find no option in the sequence settings to allow me to edit this file. Premiere even blacks out otions like square pixels and it locks the dimensions such that if I change 1920 to 1440, the corresponding 108 will change to maintain a 16:9 aspect atio.

ndfrizzle


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Chris Wright
Re: editing 1440x1920P
on Jul 30, 2020 at 3:31:50 am

are you using custom sequence? can you post a screenshot?


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Ann Bens
Re: editing 1440x1920P
on Jul 31, 2020 at 12:51:22 pm

Depending on the version of Premiere used.
In the sequence settings set Editing Mode to custom then you can change the parameters.
In older versions such a CS6 you need to make a new sequence and copy everything over.

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