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    Hello, my name is Cameron and I am lucky I found these forums, im new and I hope these forums can answer one of my biggest questions...

    Let me start by saying my camera type, I have a sony DSC-S750... I got it as a gift a few months ago. Here is the problem, when I export the videos from the digital camera to my computer it only goes in .mov format. Now, when I import the videos to adobe premiere cs3, the video size gets extremely small, but when I export it into windows movie maker, the video size stays the same and looks great.

    Is there a way to keep the video size the same and not so small when I import it into adobe premiere?

    Why is it doing this on premiere (which is a pay for product) and its not messing the size up on windows movie maker.

    If I cant solve this, it leaves me no choice but to sell the camera and find something else, I dont really want to do that right now.



    Thanks for you time to help!

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    anybody with an idea?

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    The video from that camera will never be any good - if you are anxious to do video then get a video camera.

    As for cs3 - that a present too was it ??? I dont use that but I suspect you havent read the manual - probably something to do with project settings.

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    eh? thats as picture thingy me bob camera!

    once you've imported the clips into premiere drag them onto the timeline and then right click it and click scale to frame. as for the file size of the video, it may be big depending on your export options.

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    thanks guys, all i needed to do is right click and scale to frame lol

    thanks!

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    you should still get a real camera though.

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