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    how do you resize the image to 384x288? i no this is simple but please help

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    Where do you want to resize?

    Is it the final video you want to make that size or is it individual clips?

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    Final video

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    Right - good question. I haven't got the software infront of me at the moment but when I get home I'll have a look as I'm sure I've done this before.

    What kind of file type do you want? AVI, MPEG or other?


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    Avi please

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    P.s thank you for doing this

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    Luke, look in your Adobe manual on your desk! According to the help files, it's one of the Pre Encoding task options - Scale Height and Width.

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    How do i export that into a Mpeg file? keeps saying thatits to small :cry:

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    What you need to do is go to File>Export>Movie then give it a file name and click the 'Settings' button.

    In the General tab select File Type: Microsoft AVI
    In the Video tab set the frame size

    If you need to compress then use the Cinepak by Radius.

    If you want MPEG then you need to use File>Export>Adobe MediaEncoder

    then choose from the Format the MPEG option.

    Hope this helps.

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