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Another option is to press Ctrl+ to get full screen preview.
If you are playing a portrait oriented game, as Jim Mack said, something has to be in the empty space, that's where the black pixels come from. Unless... You can use After Effects here. Duplicate the video clip, take the video behind the front one, which you won't touch, then scale it up so that the sides meet the sides of the composition, and add a gausian ...
When you view a portrait-oriented video on a landscape-oriented display, something has to occupy the otherwise unused raster. In this case it's black.
I started to use Sony Movie Studio and have found it easy to get to grips with after watching an excellent set of tutorial videos titled "Video Editing Basics for Vloggers" by CalmBiker on YouTube. It is more capable than Movie Maker and definitely includes all the features you have asked for. The tutorials include details of how to perform pan & zoom, ...
There is Microsoft Movie Maker that comes free with Windows. It is part of the Windows Essentials package that is available for the recent versions of Windows. I have found it is quite simple to use and able to perform the simple set of tasks you list. There are a few online help guides and YouTube videos about using it. The nice thing is that as it is ...
If you must encode at each step, use a lossless codec, or at least at a high bit rate and bit depth. But it's unusual and inefficient to perform intermediate encodings. A decent NLE will let you apply the needed transforms on separate segments or layers and only encode as a final step. And note that rendering doesn't imply encoding in the final format. It ...
This looks like she used a graphics drawing pen tablet (e.g. a Wacom Pen Tablet) and recorded her screen with a screencapture software such as Fraps. To have the person appear in the lower right like this, you will need a well-lit greenscreen to key out the background. To produce the video from your recordings, you will need NLE software. Since there aren't ...
Make sure the resolution in the sequence is the same as the resolution of your clip. Otherwise you'll need to scale the video to fit correctly.
It's hard to read the text in the screenshot, but it appears that the scale drop-down in the two windows is different. The one of the left appears to say "1,3", and the one on the right appears to say "Full" (which is what you said). That may not be THE answer, but it's something I noticed.
I would look into Open Broadcaster Software. You may need some third-party plugins to get all the features you want, but it's a great place to start looking.
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