The slashcam forum has given me already imported cases of practical tips. Here is a new problem, which makes me a bit perplexed:
I vorliegen.Gedreht 16:9 - DV-cam footage in the APP has been cut with a Sony professional camera with 16:9 chips and a PD 170 in 16:9 format. The material was recorded in widescreen mode. It appears in the Project window, as well as monitor the material of both cameras in 16:9. I give the material of the camera with 16:9 chips in the timeline, it is also 16:9. The material of the PD 170, however, appears in the timeline suddenly in the 4:3-mode, should be scaled and would thus lose much s.Qualität.
I have already dealt with other projects in 16:9 with APP. There were never problems.
Who has a solution?
Antwort von AndyZZ:
Mach doch mal right-click the file and add the PD170 footage under the interpret a widescreen format. The problem is likely to be that the PD 170 provides no real 16:9 (with broadening perspectives), but only at the top and bottom black bar pops up and then interpolated to 16:9. Can you check this by you change through the viewfinder or display over the PD170 between 4:3 and 16:9. In true 16:9 widens the angle above and below it is the same. If "false" 16:9, the angle in the Breit remains the same, but of the top and narrowed down.
Antwort von Markus:
the question of "genuine" and "false" 16:9 always gives back from the policy discussion about when is a true widescreen or false. The data must agree on the tape, so there are 720 × 576 pixels with a pixel aspect ratio of 1.42? Or do the recording in 16:9 mode, wide-angle, ie the left and right image content accident?
All I'm waiting for times someone with a "real" camcorder 16:9 (ie 16:9 asks with image intensifier), whether he is able to record so true 4:3. He could, after the wide definition that is not! Turns you a "real" 16:9 camcorder to 4:3, then it cuts off the left and right image content, rather than the picture above and below (to expand ... the black bars on a 4:3-Television by additional image content replace). ;-)
To tell you straight away: The 16:9-Picture PD170 will not win any of the contents of this picture, but the data on the tape meet the requirements for 16:9.