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  1. I don't mean just in the editting, I mean after I render it and all, I want it to be proper big, atm its pretty small. I know I will lose out on some resolution but I want to know how to do it anyway please
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    What is the current format?
    Hello.
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  3. erm, it honestly doesnt matter because it remains the same size no matter what it does, I just want it to fill whatever format it is, how do I do that? Just use a certain format as an example, the original video was NTSC
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    I'm having trouble understanding your issue. If I use Premier Pro (PP) to create to render a video in 360 x 240, then when I play it's a certail size. If I tell PP to then render it using 720 x 480, the video will appear twic as big as before. Then I change the render settings File->Export->Media->Preset NTSC DV. The rendered video will be twice as big.
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  5. right mouse click -> scale to frame size......herp derp
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    Originally Posted by Tommyknocker View Post
    The rendered video will be twice as big.
    And twice as grotesque-looking: jagged slanted edges, flickering, soft look, etc.
    Stop feeling suicidal just because he unfriended you on fezbuk.
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