WOW. I haven't tried using that, only the Size bar at the first window. But yes, it do makes the job for what I want.I don't think you really need to use photoshop at all (if I understand what you're trying to do)...LiveType has some decent features to control image attributes. Just File->Place the image, then play with it till it looks right.
I just tossed my image in there with no real regard to position/sizing, just so I could verify that the features were there for you to use and would work right.Thanks a lot for the replies.
WOW. I haven't tried using that, only the Size bar at the first window. But yes, it do makes the job for what I want.
Another doubt, I see that in your picture, you only put the photo just slightly outside of the Action Safe area. Is this area the maximum that any widescreen TV can show?
I haven't been able to understand this completely, it's just my third day with FCE and Photoshop and I am having a hard time getting used to it.
Not sure about any articles, sorry, but I can help otherwise...But that means that a normal widescreen TV would show the hole screen (even the part outside the action safe line)?
I'll try reading something about the aspect ratios and all that to understand it better. Any good articles you know about to learn the basics?
Thanks a lot,
I made the widescreen title in LiveType, but when I convert it to a quicktime file to put in Final Cut Express, the video is no longer widescreen, it converts it to a 4:3 video (which looks horrible). Do I need to do something else for it to work correctly?