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Hello All,

 

Wow, great new look Stef.

 

I'm not sure if I'm in the right area but can I ask a question about Adobe Premiere?

 

Whay is the ideal size to import images in to enable the right scaling etc? I have imported qite large ones and it's difficult to get the right look when creating a slideshow.

 

Thank you as always,

 

Best wishes

Graeme

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Hi,

 

I haven't used Premiere, but since it is a video editing program and since you are importing images for screen display, I would import them at a screen size that is as close as possible to their approximate size on screen (meaning, as they will appear) .. so if you are outputting at say 1024x768, I would be importing images at that size.

 

Of course, you should working at screen resolution: about 72-96 pixels per inch.

 

Let me know what you figure out.

 

Stefan

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Hello Stef,

 

Thanks for that.

 

I intend to try and output it to DVD for viewing on TV. Is there any special size for that.

 

I am trying to do a slide show with accompanying music.

 

Thank you as always,

 

Best wishes

Graeme

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Hello Stef,

 

Thanks for that.

 

I intend to try and output it to DVD for viewing on TV. Is there any special size for that.

 

I am trying to do a slide show with accompanying music.

 

Thank you as always,

 

Best wishes

Graeme

 

TV's come is three resolutions:

  1. Standard Definition: 420 x ?
  2. HD 720
  3. HD 1080

 

So it comes down to what your target TV is.

 

Stefan

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Guest Graeme

Thanks Stef and friend,

 

That is great info about the resolutions. I was wondering what size to import the images in at though. I imported them straight from the camera but they seemed too big to do anything with.

 

They seem way too big when say you need to re0scle and stuff.

 

Thank you as always,

 

Besty wishes

Graeme

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