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    adobe premiere pro?

    sorry if i posted this in the wrong section. Does anyone use this program. i tried to make a slideshow out of my pictures, but when i view it, it only showes the middle portion of the pictures. I looked at the help and i saw that my pictures are indeed in the range of the limit. does anyone know what's goin on? thanks again.
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    You're using Premiere to make slide shows? There are much more simple programs out there for making slide shows other than Premiere...

    It's all going to depend on what your output settings are. If your video's only 320x240 in size, then that's all it's going to show from your picture.
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    I just got Premiere 1.5.. I haven't really had time to play around with it yet, so I'm not sure what's going on there.


    I agree with Verdugo. There's gotta be better programs to use for making a slide show..

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    Wow using premiere for slideshows? That is tooo time consuming. LIke others have said, there are are other programs that will probably be much easier.

    Try a program like memories on TV. I hear it is just a drag and drop type of programt aht you can burn the slideshow to a dvd.

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    the reason being is because i also wanted to add music to it. mmm, to me its not that of time consuming cuz it can be done in a fast amount and i like the fact that it has so many things i can do with the pics. i was just asking to see if anyone knew y it only displays the middle part of the picture. ill try and ask somewhere else.
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    Well, like I said...check to see what the output settings are on your video, and compare it with your image size.
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    I have it , but i dont use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo
    Well, like I said...check to see what the output settings are on your video, and compare it with your image size.
    where do u check those settings?
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    Your output settings are usually specified when you create a new project. Otherwise, they should be in preferences.
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    look at your time line preview window and ajust the size of the photos. effects> widths and hight. this maybe a little tricky to find and figure out, thats why i like final cut pro more. if its looks good in the timeline preview window it will look good when its compressed. search for key framing tutorials or something that should help you

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    not sure about pro. but i use premiere 6.5 in school....when i put pictures onto the timeline (i believe you right click the clip, or go to timeline or one of the tabs on the top tray) ----> maintain aspect ratio.

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