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How do you resize movies in Adobe Premiere CS3?

Asked by fonziguy (20points) May 7th, 2008

I recorded a screencast on my laptop, so it’s 1280×800. I want to bring this into Premiere and resize it for the web, but I can’t seem to do it. Height and width are greyed out in project settings.

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You need to compress your clip for the web. You can do this with any variety of of professional compression tools, including Quicktime Pro, or use CS3’s built in compressor. I would recommend the default compressor for the internet, but changing the dimensions manually won’t do anything.

Premiere has to re-code the clip specifically for your purpose; in this case, you want it for the web.

Best of luck,


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