After you upload your video, chances are you've chosen a context that's 1080x1080.

Therefore your video is 1080x607 (landscape) or 607x1080 (portrait).

If you want to make your video fullscreen, you can do that as follows:

Making video fullscreen while keeping it 1080x1080

Landscape videos
Choose your video in the layers section.
Keep the aspect ratio lock turned on.
Increase the video height to match the context height - set it to 1080 in standard contexts. Your video width will increase automatically.
Set the Y position to 0.
Change the X position to have your video rendered as you want.

Portrait videos
Choose your video in the layers section.
Keep the aspect ratio lock turned on.
Increase the video width to match the context width - set it to 1080 in standard contexts. Your video height will increase automatically.
Set the X position to 0.
Change the Y position to have your video rendered as you want.

Changing your context settings

You can change your context settings at any time.

If your video is landscape, you can change the width and height to 1920x1080 (Full HD)

For portrait video, you can use 1080x1920.

After this change, you can remove the progress bar, headline, or other elements you don't want to have in your context.
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