Shift and drag works, thanks Ken.But it does loose a lot of the image.
Lata-When I asked
“How do I change the A/R to 16.9 for images to go in the main video track using only Video Studio to do this”It was because after asking in the PSPro forumviewtopic.php?f=56&t=46329
“Have been advised in the VideoStudio forum to crop images to 16.9 to fit the video.How do I do this in PSPro X.”
(The above post followed advice here to get the images sorted before importing into VS).
It all got very involved(for me anyway) including using scripts etc to batch convert lots of images, and, as I mentioned previously in this forum, inspite of loads of help I could not sort it out.If you want you can visithttp://phpbb.ulead.com.tw/EN/viewtopic. ... 72#p249172
to see what I mean
So that is why I am asking how to crop images that would already be in VS.
I am starting to wonder if all the hours I have spent over this 16.9 image issue is really worth while. Perhaps I should just let viewers fiddle with their TV remote controls whilst watching the DVD.
But, I think shift and drag is good if I can use the commands below for images in the main video track to be all the same A/R
Place an image in the video track,
Right click the image on screen and select Fit to Screen, Right click again select Keep Aspect Ratio.
Right the image in the timeline and select Copy Attributes
Shift + Click to select all images, (select last image)
Right Click and select Paste Attributes, all images will resize as first image.”