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  1. I have the DNxHD codec installed on my Windows workstation. When I output from Premiere Pro I choose DNxHD50p 75 which shows output size 1920x1080. Fine. But when I look at the output file it reports to be 1440x1080.

    Very confusing. I need the output file to be 1920x1080.
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  2. Installed DNxHD ? This must be an old version of Premiere? It comes with many flavours of DNxHD/DNxNR now

    In the options, if there are the letters "TR" in the name, that indicates "thin raster" or horizontally compressed . 1440 instead of 1920. Use the ones that don't say TR
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  3. Acually the version of Premiere is slightly old. However, I installed the DNxHD codex recently - DNxHD MXF OP1a. That is the option to choose in Premiere as output, and under sub there are no TR options. For 50p there is DNxHD 50p 240 and 75.
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    IIRC, in those older versions, it didn't even have you specify - if you chose a particular resolution option and gave it one of the lower bitrate suboptions, because it knew it needed to maintain sufficient quality, it automatically chose a TR version for you.
    And that was how it was supposed to work.

    TR versions will still play at the intended resolution (1440->1920, 960->1280), they're just anamorphic. If this is unacceptable to you, perhaps choose a higher bitrate.

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  5. Thanks. I chose a higher bitrate and it comes out as 1920x1080 proper.
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