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    Default Beginer Question: .JPG/.PSD Titles

    I searched (the first page of threads) and didn't find the answer. Sorry if this has been posted already.

    I have the video, and two PSD (or jpg) images I want to overlay at the begining of the video. When I import the images they are automatically stretched to full screen. Does anyone know how I can keep the image size as it is as well as position them uncentered?

    Also, can i preserve transperency, or am i stuck with a white background?

    Oh, I'm using Adobe Premiere 6.5

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    Hi,

    I'm new to Premiere also, but as for the transparency thing, I think that you can select a color to be transparent (it's in the video effects), so just make a color that's not anywhere in your image and use that as the transparent color.

    The center and non-stretch idea is a bit tougher... I don't know, but maybe you could resize the image in photoshop and import it so it already fits to the frame. That aside, it's a great question cuz I'll be coming across the same problem eventually no doubt.

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