Author Topic: Premiere Pro & 2:35 aspect ratio  (Read 690 times)

Rob Curd

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Premiere Pro & 2:35 aspect ratio
« on: November 02, 2017, 11:28:30 AM »
Hi,

This is no doubt a simple fix but I can’t find the answer.

I shot my footage in 2:35 aspect ratio raw. I have converted my footage to prores using resolve. I am now working with the edit in premiere pro and when adding warp stabiliser to clips it gives a frame shaking type look.

I understand this is down to my sequence settings but can’t work it out. I want to be able to stabilise my clips then export in 16:9 to give the filmic matt bar effect.

Any help would be appreciated, thanks
Rob

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Re: Premiere Pro & 2:35 aspect ratio
« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2017, 08:54:28 AM »
You have to turn on the "Synthesize Edges" option. If your footage don't match the sequence aspect ratio, then you need to apply "nest" first (right-click on the clip > "Nest")...

Rob Curd

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Re: Premiere Pro & 2:35 aspect ratio
« Reply #2 on: November 03, 2017, 12:23:50 PM »
You have to turn on the "Synthesize Edges" option. If your footage don't match the sequence aspect ratio, then you need to apply "nest" first (right-click on the clip > "Nest")...

Thank you, you are a fountain of knowledge bpv5P!

I added wider matt bars to solve it intially but will give that option a go. Hope to post the results soon. I used a lot of your tips :)


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