I have edited a 640 x 360 clip into a sequence in Premiere CC. The sequence includes changes to the scale for different shots. Now I want to replace the 640 x 360 clip with a 1920 x 1080 version of the same clip. When I do that, the apparent scale increases by a factor of 3; a shot in the sequence that should have a scale of 100% now APPEARS to be at 300%.
I'm sure it's because the new clip is so much bigger. But is there a workaround that lets me keep the APPARENT zoom level of the original, tiny clip? That is, can I make this new clip LOOK like its scale is 100% when the original sequence had the scale set to 100%? Can they look the same?
BTW, I know I can set the scale of each shot manually in the timeline. But I may have 50 or more edits so I'm looking for a global solution. I was hoping there was like a "master scale" setting for clips in the media browser, but I didn't find one.