I own Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 and would like from my 16:9 Dv-Pal movie stills export, then edit and re-import it. But if I want to export the images they are always stretched to 4:3. I ask for help, what can I do?
Antwort von Wiro:
Hello, export stills from the premiere 1024x576 with square pixels. Then it is true, no preference, what software you use to edit after (photo editors work with square pixels).
At the premiere Reimport recognizes that it is square pixels, the acts and Picture autom. again dar. No problem. Greeting Wiro
Antwort von Meggs:
Here, the Still Image 2 times converted, which is not necessarily a positive impact on the quality. Alternative: Photoshop images can be synonymous with 16:9 aspect ratio display. If the graphics program can not, then simply the 4:3 picture with the egg heads editing. After Reimport agrees the aspect ratio again. If not, first notice that the picture in 16:9 aspect ratio should be interpreted.
Antwort von TMaekler:
Hello I have a question hbae to premiere, or more generally synonymous. So I did a time before a movie and cut in a dv-avi off with premiere. So now I would like this film in a project with mount. I can then export the movie today without quality loss paste. Or is this quality is lost somewhere? It was all with the same camera and recorded is standard DV PAL 16:9. It is important that you see no quality difference. Is this possible? Or should I use for top-quality movie once new cut (Everything for the quality)
Antwort von Wiro:
Hello, if you're in your old and new project is always kept strictly s.den standard can you have the AVI file easily continue. This is the default so there.
When inserting into the new project may be cited in the timeline, not a red bar to be seen. Greeting Wiro