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16:9 und meine Probleme damit

16:9 and my problems with it



Frage von lomax:
September 2006

Hello,

For some time now I am tempted to include photographs with my SonyDCR-TRV210E PAL in 16:9 format but I have my problems with. If I as the material with Sony Vegas 5 capture there I choose the settings as a profile in 16:9 widescreen. There, in the preview it is synonymous everything beautifully displayed correctly on the aspect ratio here. But when I absorbed material to me with Windows Media Player or VLC it will look nice there zurechtgestaucht to 4:3.

When importing into Premiere Pro in a 16:9 PAL DV widescreen Profile synonymous sees it just fine from the preview window. How do I get it down now that if I export from Premiere Pro uncompressed material which it is to me synonymous display correctly? I would like to continue editing the clips that is still with After Effects, etc?

Greeting



Antwort von Nio:

Hello,

Look at http://forum.slashcam.de/xl1-and-169-vt36156.html?highlight =
or under http://forum.slashcam.de/169-breitbild-vt31523.html



Antwort von isaak:

Welcome greeting
I know myself with your program is not enough. Work with Video Deluxe.
But the same problem: True 16:9 recording with Camera and problems
When playing there are synonymous. The experts write:
The video format is always the same, ie 4:3. True 16:9 format can
Video format not verarbeiten.Deshalb, Take 4-3 on edges and in 16:9.
Do I synonymous.Nur if the Media Player is set to Full mode, this format will be synonymous so visible, top and bottom black stripes. On the new TV (16:9) television it will look really cool, without black stripes. Vorrausgesetzt it is the playback mode correctly: Movies, automatic or 16:9.
Isaac








Antwort von lomax:

Ahso. Just wanted to know quickly, because we immediately wanted to take pictures. I think I'll stay but rather in the 4:3 format.

I can remember that I had solved the problem I had After Effects when I made the pixel aspect ratio to square and then just a little runterskaliert. What do you think of this solution?



Antwort von lomax:

The clip I've recorded in the 16:9 format has strangely one Resolutionvon 4:3 (720x576)? _?



Antwort von Wiro:

Hello,
again for better understanding:

To save space to be recorded in your camcorder, widescreen anamorphic (= stored horizontally compressed). The NLE into account that if you are a 16x9 preset and choose, it represents auto correct, although the data are anamorphic in the background as before.

To switch to AE to the video you must also issue a widescreen set in AE and also widescreen. Will mean that you must simply remain stubbornly in widescreen - synonymous with the later authors. And then everything synonymous matches your television, the picture will get right.

When Media Player & Co on PC-screen picture shrink to one show, it is simply because they do not understand the format. Just to show it the way it is stored in the (AVI) file, that is anamorphic. I think that you can adjust when the VLC corresponding PAR (Pixel Aspect Ratio) - If yes, then it must be 1:1,422.

So you can safely shoot 16x9, you will just need you to stop holding s.The conventions. No reason, therefore, to sleepless nights to make. The developers have done already for you ;-)))

Here's an example.
Picture left: it is recorded
Picture right: it is represented
Gruss Wiro




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