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1000 x 750

Postby steven » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:14 am

Steve in your book PE9 you mention batch filing photos to 1000x750. This seems to work on most photos but ones that are longated (portrait) tend to make the subject look fat after the process. will this be corrected when i put them in PE9 movie software?
Should i check the box Constraint Proportions? Any suggestions would be helpful

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Re: 1000 x 750

Postby Steve Grisetti » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:49 am

Actually, 1000x750 is what you should size your landscape photos to, Steven.

For portrait photos, you should ideally resize them to 750x1000.

But if you're batch resizing and you don't want to dig around, separating your portrait from your landscape photos, you can also just set the Width to 1000 and keep the box labeled Constrain Proportions checked. Then you don't have to fill in the Height and the program will just resize all of the photos proportionately.

This will mean that your portrait photos will end up 1000 pixels wide and about 1300 pixels tall -- but that's okay.That's not so large that you're going to overload the program.
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Re: 1000 x 750

Postby Chuck Engels » Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:23 pm

And that's for standard definition only, not HD ;)
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