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  • Wed, Apr 7 2010 4:30 PM

    • Lukaroma
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    sequence in sequence

    Hi,

    I've got a problem with puting one sequence into another if their not the same size. For example if I put sequence 1000x1000 into 720x576, the objects in the 1000x1000 are changing the position relatively to themselfs.

    Lukasz

  • Wed, Apr 7 2010 4:31 PM In reply to

    Re: sequence in sequence

    What is your project format?

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  • Wed, Apr 7 2010 4:34 PM In reply to

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    Re: sequence in sequence

  • Wed, Apr 7 2010 5:28 PM In reply to

    • tonyjover
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    Re: sequence in sequence

    Hi Lukasz,

    Sequence resolution is irrelevant, and projects don't have a format. 

    You need to go to File-->Sequence Prefs and select the most appropriate media scaling for your particular requirements.

    Hope that helps,

    Tone :)

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  • Wed, Apr 7 2010 6:10 PM In reply to

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    Re: sequence in sequence

    Larry Rubin:
    What is your project format?

    This is the DS Forum. There is a pattern lately of DS questions being answered with Media Composer specific responses.  While your participation is greatly appreciated and your knowledge of Media Composer immense, please be aware of where the question originates before answering.  Thanks!

  • Thu, Apr 8 2010 9:48 AM In reply to

    • Lukaroma
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    Re: sequence in sequence

    Thank You Tone, after your advice I'm closer, but still have one problem. All those media scaling make my 1000x1000 sequence cut to 720x576. Is some way to keep the original size, position like linking bigger images? I want to have the posibilities to scaled it by my self, thats why I put bigger sequence. I don't know if I made my self clear ;)

    Lukasz

  • Thu, Apr 8 2010 10:04 AM In reply to

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    Re: sequence in sequence

    Hi again,

    Sure - set the Media Conversion mode to be "Center, Keep Original Size" or "Keep original Size and Position".  Then you can pan and scan to your heart's content.

    Oh, and if you've already applied DVEs to the footage in the larger sequence you'll probably need to set the Presets Conversion mode to be "Keep Original Size and Position" 

    Depending on exactly what you're trying to achieve, one of those conversion modes will work for you.

    Tone Smile

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  • Thu, Apr 8 2010 10:12 AM In reply to

    Re: sequence in sequence

    Hello,

    you also have the possibilty to ALT-DOUBLECLICK a clip in your timeline and set the Conversion Mode as you need it for a individual clip.

    Greetings Juergen

  • Thu, Apr 8 2010 10:34 AM In reply to

    • tonyjover
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    Re: sequence in sequence

    JuergenPertack:
    you also have the possibilty to ALT-DOUBLECLICK a clip

    Or right-click and select Properties.

    And you can multi-select them and change them all from the Properties window.

    As always with DS there are multiple ways to achieve the same thing.

    T.

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