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4:3 auf 16:9

4:3 to 16:9



Frage von PhilippT:
März 2010

So I've got a problem. Pretty stupid but, well. I have recordings of two cameras. One is a 4:3 and 16:9. What is the best possibility to make both 16:9? It does not matter if the 4:3 recording above and below what is cut off. (Even better in the image) but since then the beam would be on the left and right. If I stretch the video quality is, of course flötten the total ...

Any ideas?

mfg philipp



Antwort von nicecam:

My advice: Take the distance of suggestion to try to make a 16x9-Project. You write not know if both of material is DV cameras. But in general: There are some common to the lowest common denominator.

And you're right, you extend it cedes quality.



















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