Here’s the rub.
I have a .mpg file I imported into Premiere Pro 1.5 to add some fade to black effects. The file was originally an xvid .avi I encoded in Ulead VideoStudio 9. After I add the effects when I want to encode the file back out of Premiere it always comes out totally wack. I’ve tried everything in Adobe Media Encoder and either the image comes out stretched vertically (original is widescreen) or the image is shrunk (video does not fill up TV screen, like watching the video on a little box within the screen size). I’ve even tried FrameServing the file to an .avi to re-encode in VideoStudo 9, I get a small and stretched image that way as well.
What am I doing wrong? I love the effects you can add in Adobe Premiere but I can never get my video back out of the program the way I want. It kidnaps my files.
Here is the information on the file I originally import into Adobe (I used the “Get Properties For…” in Premiere to get this info):
Type: Mpeg Movie
File Size: 17.7 MB
Image Size: 720 x 480
Pixel Depth: 0
Frame Rate: 29.97
Source Audio Format: 48000 Hz - 16 bit - Stereo
Total Duration: 00:00:30:08
Average Data Rate: 598.806 KB/second
Pixel Aspect Ratio: 0.9
I’m new to the DVD Authoring/Video Editing world so please be gentle
Thanks in Advance!!