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  • #45802

    FauxCarnival
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    Hello, I have 6 images. All of them are of size 1000×580. But, when I try to make a slide show of the pictures in Premiere and export the video, the size of the video is not 1000×580. It is something entirely different, with black margins around the video.

    How can I have my video the size I want?

  • #189685

    BruceMol
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    Are you saying you want 1000×580?

    There are a fewdifferent ways to make a slide show. The easiest way is to set up a new project using one of the preset sizes. You know your images are an odd size right? You might want to select something like 720×480 if you see that option. Or you can, on export, do some cropping. See the help files about that.

  • #189686

    birdcat
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    Where are you planning to show this video? If on a television, standard definition (NTSC) is 720 X 480 – High def up to 1920 X 1080. Why do you want 1000 X 580?

  • #189687

    XTR-91
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    A standard definition TV set can only display video at 320×240. This may have changed – maybe the correct statement is “Most standard TV sets can only display resolution at 320×240”. Many people get stumped by the fact that SD video is 720×480. Digital standard definition video is 720×480, while any analog SD picture display is 320×240. The standard for television display and broadcast has always been 320×240, and hasn’t changed since then, except with flat panel displays.

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