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Matthew Nayman April 24th, 2005 10:04 AM

16:9 Capture ONCE AND FOR ALL
Okay, I have read many of the threads concerning this I want to end the questions once and for all.

If I shoot in 16:9 and capture in Adobe Premiere Pro 7.0, why does it look like 16:9 in the editing screen, but export squished?

What settings should be changed to prevent being exported squished?

This is an XL2 problem so I posted it in the XL forum, not Editing forum.

Steve Smith April 25th, 2005 12:06 PM

Hi Mathew,
I assume that you are using Premiere Pro 1.0 (used to be called Premiere 7.0).

I run PPro 1.5 and hav eno problems. One question,
what format are you exporting to? If your project is a wide screen project (16:9) and you are exporting to a movie, you should have no problem. But , if oyu r project is a 4:3 project, you can not effectively exporet to 16:9.

If you are using WMV to convert the exported 16:9 AVI, make sure that the export size is an increment of 16:9.

Good luck,

Michael Struthers April 25th, 2005 12:13 PM

Why are you not posting this in the post production forum? This has nothing to do with XL2...

Pete Bauer April 25th, 2005 12:33 PM

Hi Matthew,

I see you've started a thread with essentially the same question in the Premiere forum already, and I agree with others that this has to be a settings issue, not anything specific to the XL2, so I'm closing this thread to avoid confusion. Your other thread:


is in the right place. I'm sure that you've just missed a setting within PPro somewhere in the process.

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