Hi, I'm using Premier 1.5 to edit short .mov 320x240 clips. These clips play at that frame size in quicktime. When I import into Premier, edit and then export in ANY wmv preset, and pretty much any other preset too, the result is a video rendered at half size. The file properties show that the clip is a 320x240 but the files always play at 160x120 size. When I chose a larger output preset I just get the same thing, scaled at 50% of whatever frame size dimensions are on the preset.
When I simply export-movie-and make an avi the resulting file is the correct frame size, but huge of course in disk space. The problem seems to only get me when I try to use the "export-adobe media encoder" method to render a file.
I'm absolutely certain that I don't have any scale or other distortion or SE filters happening on my clips. After sucessfully exporting and creating a correct size avi I've imported that avi back into a new project in Premier and tried to immediately convert it to wmv. It reverts to 160x120 size every time no matter what preset I use.
I also see that when I try to create a new project or look at project settings I never have an option to change the frame size settings. It is always 720x480 and greyed out.
Any ideas on how to get Premier rendering at the correct size? Thanks!