I work with Adobe Premiere 2.0 and would like a picture in the timeline import. It is a blue held in a city skyline on a yellow background. I have the picture so far in all possible formats through Photoshop (BMP, PSP, TIFF and JPG) and save it in premiere is imported, the pixel aspect ratio s.D1 / DV Pal (1.07) and adjusted the picture in the project window fully displayed in the timeline by drag and drop placed. There will only be shown the yellow background. In the source window will be shown the full picture. What is the reason and how can I change so that the full picture is shown?
For each answer, I am grateful. Regards
Antwort von Meggs:
How big is this Picture? Depending on your preferences, the picture in the timeline either auto scaled to Pal, or an excerpt displayed unscaled. The latter case applies to you, could it be that the displayed random excerpt only shows the yellow background. Remedy: The Picture manual to the right size scale. When you import a TIF could be the cause synonymous be that only the background layer is displayed, when importing a JPG can be ruled out because JPG's do not have layers.
Antwort von Sam-Basko:
Thank you for your reply.
I can solve the problem:
Right click in the timeline on the picture> on frame size scaling.