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    Chad Perkins commented  · 

    @Mitch - for me, I hardly ever upscale things, and I only get this. I frequently work with sequences that are 1360 x 768. My footage is [[pretty much anything - 720p, 1080p, 4k, etc. - they all leave the 1 pixel margin]]. Note that this is NOT using Scale to Frame Size (which ironically doesn't adjust the Scale property), but is using Set to Frame Size (which ironically uses the Scale property). Also, I'm on a Mac, in case that helps. It's been a persistent issue for years and years, through multiple versions of Premiere, hardware configs, and operating systems.

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    Chad Perkins commented  · 

    Yes, this does persist at both full resolution and in the exported video. When you use multiple tracks, content can clearly be seen "underneath" when the top layer is set to frame size.

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    Chad Perkins commented  · 

    I always wondered if I was the only one!! Thank you Matt Johnson!!!

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