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Aspect Ratio of Video and Image not matching?

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I want to create a 1280x720 video in Adobe Premiere.
I create a new project with custom dimensions of 1280x720.

I use Adobe Photoshop to create an image at resolution 1280x720.

I import the image into Premiere and drag it onto the timeline.

None of the settings on the Premiere monitor window (100%, fit, 75%, etc.) show the 1280x720 image fitting properly (not even close) into the 1280x720 window.

What am I doing wrong?
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It's probably because the image has too high of a DPI when you made it in Photoshop. Try knocking it down to 72 dpi and see what happens.

See this question on the Adobe forums:

http://forums.adobe.com/message/3399071?tstart=0
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The image is already at 72dpi... :(
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by:tlengnick
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my bad. I was importing the wrong image (name was too similar). Thanks for the quick response! :)
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Thanks!
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