Ok, i'm going to start this admitting that my question is a very very novice question. I dont use final cut pro much, but at the design studio we work at, we use it sometimes and I have to get on it and do some projects every now and again and I've gotten stumped on sometime. OK. So, you know how in photoshop, or illustrator, or flash, when you start a new project, the first thing you do is set the size of your canvas, or work area or whatever you wanna call it. SO if you need a canvas of 500 x 500, you set it to that. Well, Can you do this in final cut? I know this is a very dumb question. Like I only use final cut very sparingly and I've never had to mess with this part, its always been set up for me. We are building a project that will be displayed full screen on a monitor at 1280 x 1024. I dont need the movie to be that big, but atleast proportional the same size. so at 720 x 576 would be good, but like I said, i can't figure out how to make the video "canvas" that size. Sorry again for the simple question, and any grammerical and spelling errors.