You can simply stretch them and crop. It’s basically the only way. Crop them in 1920×1080 on photoshop. If that will leave out things from your composition by cropping them than you must reshoot and take some new photos. But because usually a DSLR photo has higher resolution than a digital camera it won’t be any problem regarding the quality. Just simply don’t over stretch them.
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Your solution sounds great and exactly what Im looking for, however when Im displaying a still and I choose the ‘reference reposition’ ,resolve jumps to the input/output sizing window which affects only the shot Im on in the timeline, not the reference still I was displaying. Im pretty sure Im missing something and Im close to solving the whole thing, but could you be a bit more specific please? Thanks a lot!
What I do is play a still, select reference reposition from the menu (or use keyboard shortcut) and then use my element panel to adjust the input sizing controls, but now it applies to the reference file. I honestly don’t know how you do it with mouse and keyboard – it does seem overly complicated.
I tried with a Tangent Wave, but like I said, nothing happens to the still. I found an older post on this board of someone having the exact same problem. What puzzles me is that you can do it with your element panel, but I can’t with my Wave or keyboard/mouse. Could it be the version? I’m on 9.0.3, full license, mac osx.