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    Default My video is shrunk when I render it.

    Hi all.

    I am new to these forums and have an annoying problem i am wondering if anyone can help with.

    I am using Adobe Premier Elements and my source video is 1280x1024. My monitor is also the same resolution and is 4:3.
    I have played around with various initial settings and export settings but the end result is always the same (though the preview always looks fine).
    Basically, the video is always shrunk to about 50% size in the final render (with black borders right around).

    I have used a trial of Camtasia Studio in the past and it never had that issue. In fact, there was also no need to set the resolution at all with that program as it took it from the video you imported automatically.

    Does anyone know what I am doing wrong while using the Adobe software?

    Thanks.

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    I'm not familiar with Premier Elements but it could be the project setting don't match the original footage. Also, a rendering option in Sony Vegas is a tick box to "stretch video to fill output frame size". Does Premier have this option ?

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