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[Premiere Pro] About the difference between “Fit to frame size” and “Scale to fit frame size”

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If you want to fit the footage to the same size as the sequence, you can right-click and select “Fit to Frame Size” or “Scale to Fit Frame Size”.

Eh, is it different …! ??

It looks similar, it seems different.

Fit to frame size

Scale to fit the frame size

The result looks the same, but what’s the difference?

Look again.

Fit to frame size

Scale to fit the frame size

Has the scale value changed? There is a difference.

In the case of “Fit to frame size”, the size of the placed clip is automatically adjusted to the frame size of the sequence.

In the case of “Scale to fit frame size”, the scale is scaled up or down.

Fit to frame size → Pay attention to “Adjust value”

“Fit to frame size” and “Scale to fit frame size”

If it is smaller than the frame size of the sequence, click “Fit to frame size” and the scale will be 100.

Then, when you try to return to the original size, what is the scale value to be the original size? I don’t understand.

If you select “Scale to fit frame size”, the scale value will change, so setting it to 100 will restore the original size.

The same applies when you “fit to frame size” for an image or video size that is larger than the frame size.

If you do this, the scale will be 100 when it is adjusted to the screen, so when you try to return to the original size, you will not know the scale value.

If you set “Scale according to frame size”, the scale will be smaller, so when you set it to 100, it will return to the original size.

Summary

When adjusting the screen to the frame size, I think it is better to select “Scale to fit the frame size”.I would appreciate it if you could let me know if it is better to “fit to the frame size”.

I thought it was the same, but it’s different!

It looks similar, it seems different. It may be useful, so I think you should remember it.

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