Hello, I have a probably very simple question s.Euch. I can (a few clips on my cam included 16:9). Then I cut it in Premiere and exported as MPEG2 PAL 16:9 and then burned with Nero as SVCD. On my television, I have to always set in the menu that I have a 16:9 television (but a 4:3). Otherwise, I have eggs heads. When purchased DVDs, for example, I have no problem. Why? And what am I doing wrong?
Antwort von Markus:
You compare the functionality of a DVD with a SVCD. These look at times in this story ( "Yes, every DVD player can play 16:9 DVDs in the DVD ..."), why the car works.
In the menu on the TV you will not safely determine that it is a widescreen TV (the device itself should know), but that the representations should be g in 16:9. 4:3-Television Most now have a 16:9-circuit, for 16:9 anamorphic video recordings would otherwise appear to shrink to 4:3.
Antwort von Pedro:
Hi Markus, thanks for the hint. So that means in plain language that a DVD player only a 16:9 recording s.den car set-up menu in the player screen adjusts as the film is on a DVD? If the movie is in 16:9 on a SVCD, it can not umbasteln the Picture, but it has to do the Television by looking at him in the TV menu, forcing to a change to 16:9? I did not know that. Mmmm. Sounds funny. But if this is so, then I must burn my movie on either DVD or I reckon I with beams at (ie not anamorphic), so I have a 4:3 Film with beams. Right? Thank you.
Antwort von Markus:
The SVCD for me was never a serious format, so I have so little experience. If you have the choice between DVD and SVCD, rather then create DVDs. As the image quality is better and - as you have already stated - synonymous functionality. And expensive blank DVDs so no longer synonymous. ;-)
If the film still on SVCD, then burn it as usual and preferred to put the television to 16:9. This is just a small adjustment, but the picture quality is better (the Resolutiondes visible image is higher) than in 16:9 letterbox.
Eventually, you will certainly synonymous a 16:9 television, and then you would have offended you, if the film were only available in 4:3 with black bars.