4:3 in a 16:9 sequence to convert without image distortion
Frage von mtd04043: August 2010
use FinalCut yet not too long and I found after a search in the forum can not answer it!
Have a sequence (DVCPRO Pal adds 48kHz). This I wanted to create with 16:9 anamorphic, the ticks have unfortunately forgotten! Now I have the 4:3 sequence, and when I saw the pictures in the new "right" sequence copy (so I do not do anything new must be in 9 min film), then the images are distorted completely! Can we stop this somehow so that the images are not stretched to the full width of the 16:9 screen, but shall remain as they are?
Please help quickly! Do the video s.Samstag ready!
Thank you once already!!
Antwort von crassmike:
In the motion settings for each clip on the timeline can be adjusted if necessary to correct the distortion or.
Antwort von Axel:
By the promoted since some versions "open timeline" it is possible to draw an anamorphic footage in 4:3 sequence, where it is shown with letterbox. Seems to be with you the case. Of course, the works of crass mike proposed 33% export bias and not with "current settings", but anamorphic. It should nonetheless be possible, and synonymous easier to select all and paste into a 16:9 sequence, where it should appear unbiased. Where did you forget the check mark? Reports.
Antwort von stefanf:
"Unfortunately I have the Color gnommen out and would like to have back there."
4:3 to 16:9 is only possible with edges. Where nothing is, then you can expect nothing synonymous out. Less is always more never.
Antwort von Axel:
Oh, the original is 4:3? Then it is clear that the distortion appears as anamorphic. If you want to come out devils 16:9, put in a 4:3 timeline (video effects)> Widescreen mask over it. But normally export as 4:3.