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Frage von theproducer:
August 2009

Hello!

I would have the following question:
16:9 If one is filming, and that it sees itself on a 16:9 TV does not pass this evil black stripes, like when one sees a movie s.Tv. The movies are so above and (in rather broad black stripes; think this is 21:9).
How do you get when you have 16:9 filmed this look?
One can not simply put black stripes on the Picture.

Thanks

MfG



Antwort von deti:

"theproducer" wrote:
One can not simply put black stripes on the Picture.

But, just as or so similar geht das

Deti



Antwort von eXp:

a real movie, is already in 21:9 (; eg 2.39:1) cinemascope rotated.
through a lens, the image is compressed in the horizontal, so it ends up in Full image on the film.
in reproducing the films (; or scan) the image is put through a lens back into the right seitenverhältinis.

However, you can make the whole synonymous via cropping, in which the beam is also easily puts it over the picture that goes great with sony vegas zb.





















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