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4:3 und 16:9 Videomaterial zusammen verwenden

4:3 and 16:9 video material together



Frage von nico99x:
Januar 2007

Hello,

I have the following problem: I'm working with Pinnacle Studio 9 of and voted for a movie video in 16:9 format. I would however like some of the scenes, the other with a camera in the 4:3 format were mixed. The finished film must then be 16:9. I am so far not succeeded in the 4:3 material (avi files) to convert into 16.9 that Studio 9 it as "widescreen" accepted. I have Virtual Dub with all kinds of filter tested, but Studio 9 accepts the result is not as 16:9 material and therefore makes it impossible to comply with this movie to the main mix.
Has anyone a solution for this?

Many greetings
Klaus



Antwort von MichaSpr:

"nico99x" wrote:
Has anyone a solution for this?

I know your software can not, but usually it blows the 4:3 material with a corresponding software function to the extent that the true width. Then you have it, depending on image content is still a little down, so that no interviewee gets shaved skull.

The technically better solution, however, the material already at Eindigitalisieren on a hardware converter to run it before or during a service umzukopieren and convert it. The results were amazingly good.

Usually, you can use in a timeline yet, but everything reinschmeißen and even then must ensure that it does not look distorted ... How's that other 16:9-material created?

Matthias



Antwort von MichaSpr:

The talks of the "Studio 9 software, presumably of Pinnacle Studio 9 or synonymous VideoStudio 9th Both beginner tools that the pruning of 4:3 material to 16:9 probably not very good at.

The thing is basically synonymous in good programs cut by the 4:3 material above and below line cuts, and to the full 16:9 image aufbläst. With good Interpolationsmechanismen is even halfway good.





Antwort von nico99x:

Thank you already for the hints. Yes, my editing program Pinnacle Studio is the 9th Admittedly not a professional tool, but I do the whole synonymous only hobby. On the question of Matthias: The 16:9 material I have with my own Camera Panasonic NV-GS280 and included with Studio 9 on the PC. 4:3 The scenes are of a different, older camera that does not 16:9 format, and are consequently in 4:3. Unfortunately, the different format in the same timeline drag. Studio 9 meckert then "no widescreen format."
That with the "clipping" and "blowing up" as far as I am clear. Can someone recommend an appropriate tool for it. As I said, but rather hobby and for small money. "

Gruß,
Klaus



Antwort von MichaSpr:

Virtualdub.



Antwort von MichaSpr:

"nico99x" wrote:
Studio 9 meckert then "no widescreen format."

Now once again a very stupid question of me: The editing program remembers s.sich but not whether it is 4:3 or 16:9, because until the end but with pictures anamorphotic work is done only when the playback plattgepresst, or is in the amateur field somehow different?

Matthias



Antwort von derpianoman:

Maybe a stupid remark:
Bin 16:9 virus recently the ruins and got my camera converted.
To edit pictures but next to it, I have
(in the Media Studio 6.5) easily squashed, when I Height at 75% and was set to open in 4:3, the Christmas balls then some. ;-)
(And of course the sides trimmed)
OK, how is it here in the forum times s.anderer body:
"Quick & Dirty" ... Is it synonymous times beautiful. So what should you as an amateur.
Another Klaus



Antwort von MichaSpr:

"Anonymous" wrote:
"nico99x" wrote:
Studio 9 meckert then "no widescreen format."

Now once again a very stupid question of me: The editing program remembers s.sich but not whether it is 4:3 or 16:9, because until the end but with pictures anamorphotic work is done only when the playback plattgepresst, or is in the amateur field somehow different?

Matthias


No, it is not, both in 4:3 and 16:9 is synonymous with 720x576 used halt with another PAR. Only want the photos so you not only distort, and it will be the site dimensions are right - and the required actually a crop of the 4:3 material above and below, if the material is full screen on a 16:9 display wants. The disadvantage of this method is, of course, that one of the original actually Resolutionwas loses.

That what the other Klaus describes is actually the opposite way - namely, the conversion of 16:9 to 4:3. Sure, because it cuts either to the left and right, top and bottom adds up the sweet, black Stripes (no preference, with the method).

The other



Antwort von MichaSpr:

"Anonymous" wrote:
The disadvantage of this method is, of course, that one of the original actually Resolutionwas loses.

Oh, that I wanted to know. So no anamorphic recording. Ist ja blöd.

Matthias



Antwort von nico99x:

Hey guys, thanks for your hints. I have draufhin again experimenting with Virtual Dub and then have the ultimate solution synonymous found.
So after reading the source file (4:3 avi format) the following filter set: With "cropping" up and down (Y1 and Y2) for each 72 pixels off and with "resize" back to 720 * 576 inflate. Then when the compression codec to choose: "MainConcept DV Codec 2.0.4". Under the Settings box 16:9 hook, all the others blank. Then save as AVI ..... Virtual Dub then everything in one operation. The result is optimal. No loss of quality and other problems with 16.9 avi's in Studio 9 to be used.

Problem solved: Thanks again for your contributions.

Gruß,
Klaus




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