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16:9 oder 4:3?

16:9 or 4:3?



Frage von Hoshy:
Juli 2005

Hi, I once again ne question that probably sounds stupid, but I'm not next:

I finally a video with your camcorder rotated nem stink normal, nothing special, and did while wearing the Cinema Effect (intentionally), so above the bottom black bars. Now I have the material captured in 16:9 and think that was wrong because if I want to cut the material in 16:9 or 4:3 Project, and shrink to always have a ridiculous-looking picture.

So, I guess I would have the material to capture in 4:3!

I lie so that correct?

Greetz.



Antwort von Markus:

Hello Hoshy,

The Cinema Effect describes a 4:3-Picture, which were added black bars above and below. Capture, cut spending and you have the recordings also in 4:3.

Black bars But you can always synonymous during the post-processing to add. It makes not much sense to record directly. Is that you lose the ability to otherwise use the recording for them (not a true 16:9, but 4:3) only with circumcised image content.



Antwort von GhostDog:

Well, I was with the 4:3 right after all.
Thanks for your help!





Antwort von Hoshy:

Wanted to know was:

If I want to create in my game the video, which of three image Deisen spending should I choose:

- Progressive
- Interlaced (bottom field first)
- Interlaced (top field first)

And what is' deinterlace?

thx,
Hoshy!



Antwort von Markus:

Hello Hoshy,

The export parameters depend on how the material was recorded) (interlaced or progressive, as it was transferred to the calculator (bottom or top field first) and on which output device (television, computer monitor) is scheduled to play.

Typically, paints a picture in the video camcorder Zeilensprungverfahren
Wenn Dein bevorzugtes Ausgabegerät der Television sein wird, dann exportierst Du das Picture so, wie es vom Camcorders aufgezeichnet wurde, also wahrscheinlich interlaced. bottom field first and top field first by prescribing the field order. ) For my video editing system (with Matrox card is top field first right, but it must not necessarily be the same with you. Try it out. If the setting is wrong, you see a line by line bucking of moving scenes (-> reference to the search, search term "comb effect").

When used for future film output from the computer monitor (for example, if you want to make the movie as a file on the hard drive), then a progressive frame rate is advantageous. In this case, you have to deinterlace when exporting the material.




Antwort von GhostDog:

Ok, thanks for the info, I'll try it sometime soon.



Antwort von improduktion:

I've got just one question similar to:

I have a Sony VX2100

it is true that when I capture in 16:9 mode, the same number of pixels used for the smaller building will be like when I 4:3 recording? So is the picture sharper?



Antwort von jens:

Have fun reading
Jens



Antwort von improduktion:

thanks!

habs I expected!

is it just stupid that I render the images in 16:9 finalcut always first, before I can view them ... gibts da nen trick?
I can set the final cut in the entire film to 16:9?



Antwort von GhostDog:

If your whole project is PAL, with the anamorphic flag (16:9 picture squashed into 4:3), then:

you need not expect to display. This can now be played.

Probably you have a 16:9 project in which you make letterbox 4:3 pure. This then must be converted only with loss of quality.

Or do you have a standard 4:3 PAL Project and importierst anamorphic material. Since gerendet be synonymous in Final Cut Pro.

Clear? It must be. If not, you've set something wrong somewhere.



Antwort von improduktion:

I can in my version fc create no 16:9 projects ...
is that because I've only finalcut express?



Antwort von jens:

Is not there an option like "Project Properties" or something like that?
Jens



















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