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    I have completed making a video with premier pro, yet when i have exported the project, when i view it with Winamp or even post it on Youtube the video doest fill up the screen, what am i doing wrong and how would i go about sorting this out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chandtara View Post
    I have completed making a video with premier pro, yet when i have exported the project, when i view it with Winamp or even post it on Youtube the video doest fill up the screen, what am i doing wrong and how would i go about sorting this out?
    Thanks
    Details details details please.

    the answer will depend entirely on what settings you used to export your movie and the settings of your project etc etc

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    Thanks for the reply.
    Im new to this software so i tried following the instructions with help, i first saved it as a WMV file but that was massive, so i changed it to a MPEG1, Both files showed up the exact same in Winamp,
    is that what you were asking for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chandtara View Post
    is that what you were asking for?
    No.

    I'm more interested in source video dimensions and final export video dimensions. Stuff like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Mills View Post
    No.

    I'm more interested in source video dimensions and final export video dimensions. Stuff like that.
    Where would i find that?

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    project settings and right clik to show properties of your final output in Windows.

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    When i click on project settings i get four options

    General,
    Capture,
    Video Rendering
    Default Sequence

    Which one is it under?
    It wont let me right click on it!

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    Not in front of me. Just click on each of those settings. I'm assuming you'll tell me it's standard PAL or NTSC project settings - but I risk putting words into your mouth by saying that.

    Where I'm leading with all this is that if your settings are standard PAL say then when you play back the project simply will not be full screen. Because you are likely running your windows desktop at something like 1280x1024 and PAL resolution is much smaller than that - hence it will take up only a part of the screen.

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    Which one should i be choosing?

    DV-NTSC OR DV-PAL?

    And once iv chosen that, should i choose Standard 32KHZ OR Standard 48KHZ?

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    I never said to set a setting. I just want you to tell me what setting you already had there in you rproject as you must have already chosen one.

    Respectfully, This is going nowhere fast. I really think you should go back to first principals and spend some serious time with your user manual. It will explain all these things to you.

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