Camera stands at 16:9, the files on the PC are then "4:3"
Frage von MightyFelix: Juli 2010
The following is the problem: Filmed with the JVC GR-D825E was a movie. According to this camera records in 16:9 format is synonymous to (synonymous, the display on the camera in widescreen format), but when I import the files on your PC, these are the aspect ratio of 720x576 pixels.
When I use the VLC Player the files now on a 16:9 format "tug", round objects appear round synonymous (that is, I think, and I'm not quite sure that it is somewhere s.sich 16:9).
When you transfer the mini-DV on PC I have in various programs found no option to do so (I've tried WinDV and the trial version of Sony Vegas Pro 9).
Otherwise, Google helps me with all sorts of such problems, but this time I found nothing. Am grateful for any assistance and information. :)
Antwort von Tuffy:
this is normal!
DV-PAL is ALWAYS 720x576 pixels. Within the editing program will be changed within the project (DV PAL Anamorphic) of the pixel aspect. Say, the horizontal pixels are stretched. Normal is synonymous stretched 4:3, 720x576 is a 5:4 resolution.
When should capture any setting to give to the video, which has pixel aspect, otherwise it is often synonymous pennant in the software to the clip of what he is. Within your editing software when creating the project, it must actually enter the 16:9 PAL function, then everything should be running (which you cut?)
Antwort von MightyFelix:
Thank you very much Tuffy. :)
I currently use the trial version of Adobe Premiere CS 5th There, I then selected according synonymous widescreen and got me wondering just about the aspect ratio. Now I see, however, that the pixels have a different aspect ratio, making the most get there again. For me, pixels were until a few hours always square. ;)
Antwort von Tuffy:
Not for video! :)
This saves data rate, but no resolution (at least those that would be great with you afterwards s.PAL Television visible). Premiere makes everything right there, and are in doubt synonymous directly to the right point in the file with this:)
Antwort von campool:
Here is a summary of this from an earlier post:
... And yes, PAL 16:9 Resolutionals has another 1080p, only one reads in HD, since it is digital, in principle, in pixels, in your case, that is, as you have said correctly, in 1920 x 1080 (1080p). PAL is always anamorphic, both in 4:3 and 16:9 is as synonymous - 576 lines (for PAL. 50i (nterlaced, ie fields)) and the aspect ratio of 5:4 and must therefore have 720 horizontal pixels to make it digital express. Also has a 16:9 video on DVD in MPEG2 format 720 x 576 pixels. If you are in your Project as an output format for the DVD 16:9 (720 x 576) find someone who recognizes the player and automatically sets the aspect ratio with 4:3 output device either black bars on top and bottom, thereby creating a letterbox picture, or it shows in 16:9 format-TV.
I hope I could help you!
PS: From speaking with analog PAL (576i) and of DV (720 x 576 (anamorphic), 768 x 576 (4:3), 1024 x 576 (16:9) for digital processing.