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Photoshop file created in Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 ignores project settings

Issue

An Adobe Photoshop file that you created in Adobe Premiere Pro has a different frame size and pixel aspect ratio (PAR) than those in the Adobe Premiere Pro project settings.

Solution: Change the image size and PAR in Photoshop.

1. Open the image in Photoshop.

2. Choose Image > Image Size, enter the pixel dimensions that match the project settings, and then click OK.

3. Choose Image > Pixel Aspect Ratio, and then choose the preset PAR that matches the project settings.

4. Save and close the image.

Background information

When you create a Photoshop file in Adobe Premiere Pro, it assigns one of the following frame sizes and PARs to the file:

-- In projects with DV-NTSC presets, Adobe Premiere Pro assigns a 720 x 480 frame size and a .9 PAR.

-- In projects with either DV-PAL presets or non-standard project settings, Adobe Premiere Pro assigns a 720 x 576 frame size and a 1.066 PAR.


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Last edited - 07/14/2004

 

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