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    Christopher Noah commented  · 

    "Scale to Frame Size" is basically only useful when working with proxy files, and then swapping out to full resolution files. With it, we are able to make scale adjustments on clips and adjust the frames how we will want them, and then swap the proxies out with camera raw clips and keep the same framing and scaling.

    In my experience, many productions are shooting at higher resolutions than the final video will be rendered in, to allow for zooming in and/or stabilization during editing. It is assumed that we can zoom in (for example up to 200% on a 4k clip in a 2k sequence) without losing image quality.

    By rasterizing the image to the resolution of the timeline, it takes away the only use I can think of for "Scale to Frame Size" as a feature. I can not imagine why anyone would use "Scale to Frame Size" as opposed to "Set to Frame Size" with the rasterization happening.

    Please change "Scale to Frame Size" so that it keeps the video scale settings the same across multiple resolution source files, but without rasterizing the image to sequence resolution (the way Resolve and Final Cut have done it for years).

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    Christopher Noah commented  · 

    "Scale to Frame Size" is basically only useful when working with proxy files, and then swapping out to full resolution files. With it, we are able to make scale adjustments on clips and adjust the frames how we will want them, and then swap the proxies out with camera raw clips and keep the same framing and scaling.

    In my experience, many productions are shooting at higher resolutions than the final video will be rendered in, to allow for zooming in and/or stabilization during editing. It is assumed that we can zoom in (for example up to 200% on a 4k clip in a 2k sequence) without losing image quality.

    By rasterizing the image to the resolution of the timeline, it takes away the only use I can think of for "Scale to Frame Size" as a feature. I can not imagine why anyone would use "Scale to Frame Size" as opposed to "Set to Frame Size" with the rasterization happening.

    Please change "Scale to Frame Size" so that it keeps the video scale settings the same across multiple resolution source files, but without rasterizing the image to sequence resolution (the way Resolve and Final Cut have done it for years).

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