Until now, I could not find a clever answer to my question, so here is the post office. Maybe I was just too stupid synonymous ;-)
So I have with my Panasonic GS-200 a movie in 16:9 rotated, thereby resulting egg heads yes, if you look at the 4:3. It was therefore not used in the Cinema mode, in which just above a black bar below udn was layering. The GS-200, no real support synonymous therefore only anamorphic 16:9.
Now the question is how do I cut this stuff right in Adobe Premiere 6.5? I 16:9 Choose a project setting or 4:3, since the material is actually the format is 4:3 udn shrink to 16:9.
best thanks for your help or the reference to the topic
Antwort von Markus:
True 16:9 in DV is always anamorphic.
Take in the premiere presentation of 16:9, then the images in the preview window will display properly.