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16:9 in 4:3 umwandeln?

16:9 convert to 4:3?



Frage von AndyZZ:
August 2005

Hi,

I would like to make a film shoot in 16:9 (SonyHC1000) and then two versions draus: 1x16: 9 original for those who have a 16:9 television. The second version is 4:3 (who probably will be cut to the right and left) for those who have a standard TV at home. I have Premiere Pro 1.5, but have not yet had the leisure to experiment. Tomorrow it will go but with the spin already. How can I realize it s.einfachsten in the premiere?
Project 16:9 is clear.
But as I get the finished 4:3 to 16:9 format? Creating a Project in 4:3, 16:9 and curtail import but then right and left and rausrendern than 4:3?

Please help ... fast

Greeting

Andy



Antwort von Bruno Peter:

Well now you can find anywhere in the filters: Scale Transcoding with cropping and ...
Can do it but on a 4:3 TV will run in 16:9 synonymous.



Antwort von AndyZZ:

But then I have black bars above and below, I wanted to avoid. Wants at least in the Height full Resolutionbehalten.

Will probably have to experiment a bit tonight ...

Greeting

Andy








Antwort von Bruno Peter:

Well, and then stop making a 4:3 Project on ...



Antwort von Markus:

Hi Andy,

I would create a real 16:9 DVDs that are synonymous 4:3-run on television - from the DVD player correctly scaled and with black bars above and below. This saves you work and the resulting loss of quality when scaling of the images.

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Antwort von jens:

Would I recommend synonymous. Users of 4:3 TV sets have indeed synonymous, the bar at the top and bottom bear in movies ".
Apart from that, many DVD players are quite capable reinzuzoomen in a 16:9 picture. Often it is synonymous set in the settings of the DVD player that you have a 4:3 television and that the 16:9 picture to be displayed without the bars (pan & scan?).
The extra effort, I consider, therefore, unnecessary.



Antwort von Markus:

"Jens" wrote:
Apart from that, many DVD players are quite capable reinzuzoomen in a 16:9 picture. Often it is synonymous set in the settings of the DVD player that you have a 4:3 television and that the 16:9 picture to be displayed without the bars (pan & scan?).

In this case, with count one in the title area width reduced safety in order to cut off the pan and scan any book (like so many 1:2,35-television movie).



















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