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4:3 zu 16:9 konvertieren, aber was sollte man beachten?

Convert 4:3 to 16:9, but what should be considered?



Frage von DezorianGuy:
August 2009

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Antwort von Medienmacher:

Hello.

Unfortunately, I'm synonymous after repeated reading did not understand everything, but the fact is: if you zoom a 4:3 PAL video in full 16:9 "" will, you need to upscale it, so it goes across the full width (, so 1024 has square pixels). In doing so you lose the top and bottom of image content, logical. And the quality is not better, as you resize it so.

Alternatively, as you've written yourself, you have while playing on a 16:9 screen, black bars left and right. Why do you want to zoom in on the two sides left and right, and Blurr, remains a mystery to me.

The sizes: Yes, both PAL 4:3 PAL 16:9 as synonymous has 720x576 pixels, each with different pixel aspect ratios. When we speak here of a 16:9 anamorphic recording. Converted to square pixels (; as it represents your calculator), it is even 768x576 (; 4:3) and 1024x576 (; 16:9). From the actual size is both the same, it just depends on how it is presented. Thus anamorphic 16:9 videos (; equalized So 720x576) Not every car of software player in the presentation, the picture that looks so upset.

Regards,
Michel



Antwort von Eastside:

From Premiere CS 4 the Seitenverhältniss is a little different from expected.
So that you come to 16:9 at 1050x576 pixels.

But as I say pull your footage into a widescreen composition, and scale it up.
And you can still move up or down to Maybe important information is not lost.








Antwort von DezorianGuy:

"Media makers" wrote:
Hello.
Alternatively, as you've written yourself, you have while playing on a 16:9 screen, black bars left and right. Why do you want to zoom in on the two sides left and right, and Blurr, remains a mystery to me.


So, I actually lose nothing s.Bildmaterial, I just Duplicate the video material, it put on an extra video track, zoom in the 2nd video in 16:9 format to trace the black edges to be replaced by the zoomed video. keep to the main video (; on the first track 4:3) in the foreground, I blurr the 2nd zoomed duplicated video track.
Thus one has made a 4:3 video a 16:9 without beam.

Maybe I'm wrong, yes, but it really loses quality video, since the 1st one lane 4:3 video so does not touch?



Antwort von Medienmacher:

"DezorianGuy" wrote:
"Media makers" wrote:
Hello.
Alternatively, as you've written yourself, you have while playing on a 16:9 screen, black bars left and right. Why do you want to zoom in on the two sides left and right, and Blurr, remains a mystery to me.


So, I actually lose nothing s.Bildmaterial, I just Duplicate the video material, it put on an extra video track, zoom in the 2nd video in 16:9 format to trace the black edges to be replaced by the zoomed video. keep to the main video (; on the first track 4:3) in the foreground, I blurr the 2nd zoomed duplicated video track.
Thus one has made a 4:3 video a 16:9 without beam.

Maybe I'm wrong, yes, but it really loses quality video, since the 1st one lane 4:3 video so does not touch?


Hello.

So if I understand correctly you have in your 16:9 - video then left and right, two ge-blurrte stripes, right? In this case, you're right, you lose nothing s.Bildqualität, since you (the 4:3 - Video; on top of your video track is not yes) vergößerst.
Whether ge-blurrte edges left and right now are better than black borders left and right is surely a matter of taste. Admittedly, I had come to such an idea ever. Du mal nen Can you post screenshot? Times I would be interested how it looks ...

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