Hello, I have several scenes in 16:9 with my panasonic nv-gs280 recorded, then with iMovie on my macbook captured under the setting-pal dv widescreen. so, then I have these files (dv format) to be considered final cut (with final cut works like the Capture ebnsowenig with premiere, every few seconds, dropped frames) where a new sequence is created. I am there now but anamorphic 16:9, and is a totally distorted picture, practically twice 16:9 with the poor video completed. my real question now is whether this will have a role to play, I do the sequence simply as 5:4 can be treated and, secondly, whether it is possible to distribute video in final cut so as to enlarge / transform that the 16:9 frame limitation maintained , ie the building does not go beyond them (currently the case) if I enlarge the clip. because it is the export as 16:9 yes again totally distorted. help, I despair slowly, still confused about this.
Antwort von Bruno Peter:
In what format is your camera at 16:9, anamorphic or letterboxed (black bars above and below)? Accordingly, you have the project settings to adjust the NLE and everything will be alright.
Antwort von mureis:
ok, thank you for answering the first. anamorph take my camera, so no black bars. if I die dinger with iMovie capture, there are no synonymous balken top and bottom. what is NLE?
Antwort von Duisburger:
Antwort von Bernd E.:
what is NLE?
Acronym for "Non-linear editing," is meant simply the software with which you cut.
Gruß Bernd E.
Antwort von Markus:
I am there now but anamorphic 16:9, and is a totally distorted picture, practically twice 16:9 ...
That is usually from 16:9 letterbox (= 4:3 true washed with black bars), if it is as "true" 16:9 treated.