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    Default Creating a Flash in Premiere Elements

    Hello,
    I have a website that I would like to insert a flash video in. But the template I use for the website restricts me to a defined dimensions in pixels, (I believe it is 500 x 300). So the end result must be within these dimensions.

    How is the best way to create this video? Should I define the video's dimensions in Elements before I start importing and editing the video? If so, I can't figure out how to change the default frame size (the pixel selections are greyed out).

    Thanks for your help.
    Richard

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    You should define the dimensions on export (encode) to flv.
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    Hi Marc,
    Thank you. If I output to those dimensions, isn't it true that it will distort the original video since the exported dimensions differ from the dimensions I edited it in?
    Thank you,
    Richard

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    You need to match the aspect ratio of the original video using square pixels in export. For example I use 720 x 396 to export 16:9 footage in square pixels.
    Last edited by Marc Peters; 08-10-2009 at 09:33 AM.

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