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16:9 in 4:3 ohne Verlust?

16:9 to 4:3 without loss?



Frage von podcast:
Februar 2008

HI,

It is possible the material with the SonyHDR-FX1E to 16:9 was rotated in 4:3 convert without possible loss of the pages.

Please order as easy as possible explanation. Work with Final Cut Pro.

Thank you
Podcast



Antwort von Axel:

This is for Final Cut Pro, the same as everywhere: You have the alternative, in a 4:3 picture above and below black bars on the Picture or to move laterally (> Move> heart) that there is no picture for you important information omitted. In any case importierst you the 16:9 material in a 4:3 timeline and fits with> moving> aspect ratio and> scaling in the Picture.



Antwort von Debonnaire:

"Without loss of the pages" you can put a large rectangle into an almost square reinquetschen only when you are in the horizontal reinskalierst. The objects in the Picture will be thinner. Anders is not, logically, with the same image content. But this is really something that is easily superior to themselves can not?
























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