First time: I am an absolute beginner, so please be lenient :-)
I have two self-recorded digital video and would now Zusammenschneiden s.PC into a film. The problem is "only": one film is in 16:9 and 4:3 and the other is included in Pinnacle it is not possible to mix these two formats. Is clear that will not fit together ...
Now anyone know how I can convert one or the other movie in the other format? Is there to Programs?
Thank you ever taken your help!
Best regards from Switzerland, Liz
Antwort von Axel:
Hello Liz, Although I do not know of Pinnacle, but your problem. When you create a Project 4:3, then yes you need the distorted 16:9 picture with a filter from the motion control equalize the normal duration. The filter can be called "Distort" Distort "or" aspect ratio ". Then you have to decide whether you want the black bars top and bottom or circumcise prefer the Picture s.den pages (= "Crop" or "Crop" or similar) You say you're a beginner, then play a bit of time with the Picture, grow, shrink, cannot it, twist it, prune it. Most of the corrections and most synonymous effect filters are based on changes in the original image in certain combinations. For most actions, you need no plug-ins, let alone extra-Programs, just a little practice and imagination.
Conversely,'s synonymous goes: Everything is in 16:9. Then you'd have, according to the preferences, the 4:3-Picture cropping and straightening.
Thank you Axel and Markus! Well, I'm going to practice diligently ;-) Nice Weekend, Liz
Antwort von BeaBea:
Hello I have the same problem (synonymous, like many others, have been synonymous around 1o threads read here, and synonymous) the Adobe support. The film is 4:3. most of the material that I've received is in proper 4:3, but apparently a tape that is used in an average of 16:9. In any case, the left and right black bars, but not very wide, so not like the top and bottom, if I ne DVD on Comp. look at.
I cut with Adobe premiere 6.o, and can either make the whole scale of bigger picture, so that the margins disappear, or cut back on the left and the right percentages. Both see 'somehow' out okay, but that is just by eye, and the timeline on my PC is quite small ... Is there any certain data, eg right and left cut each 2% or a total increase of 1o5% or something?