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Thank you, I was focusing on sizes not ratios - got it.
I had the exact same problem - I also got an error media size too large. I have created 4 videos and got only 2 successfully uploaded.
You just need to use an image editor to crop the image to the right width / height ratio so it looks the way you want it.

For instance, if your original image is 1800x900 pixels and you want to add it to a landscape video, which uses 1280x720 pixel images, you're going to have to load that image into a photo editor and use the crop tool to select a 1280x720 section of the image out. Save that image and upload it into IVW.
Okay...so that is what I'm trying to figure out is how to get my own images to fit into IVW and not look so blown and blurry.

Is it possible for you to do a quick video to show us how to accomplish?

Thank you!

I think this is perfect for the new changes going on now with youtube.  they made changes to the way a video gets monetized.


so by having the videos stream as if live will help with watch time..  and subscribers.. using the power of live events

this is why automated webinars to look live do as well..  there is something about not missing a live event

your thoughts

actually..  instead of being under the thumb of google.. I think everything you do is to get someone on your own list.. somehow.. instead of constantly jumping thru hoops for google
Instant Video Wizard / Re: What Pixel size should my images be to upload
« Last post by Jonathan Leger on January 16, 2018, 06:25:04 PM »
No, those are the precise sizes of the slides by video type. Even if your image is large, if it's not the correct ration of width to length IVW has to crop it as best as it can to make it fit the slide.
When you know you're going to make a lot of changes to an individual slide, uncheck the 'Auto-Refresh Slide' checkbox below the slide. When you're done making all of your changes, click the Refresh button next to that checkbox. That will greatly speed up the time it takes to create each slide.
Instant Video Wizard / Re: What Pixel size should my images be to upload
« Last post by susanbridges on January 16, 2018, 04:25:13 PM »
So Jon are you saying the larger the image the more it will come into focus on the slide? That doesn't seem to be happening for me.
Thanks Amin and Jon...still love the video tool. I worked through a modification for my intro slide and it will do for now.

Starting to get the hang of it. Wish the rendering time in between actions, i.e. change text, adding an image, animation, etc...didn't take so long. I suppose that is what is needed so the rendering time on the download isn't as long.
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