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DV PAL - Aspect Ratio nach capturen falsch

DV PAL - Aspect ratio wrong after capture



Frage von Corpse:
März 2010

Ner had with the old Canon DV PAL 16:9 rotated in a Premiere DV PAL Widescreen sequence and the tape created with The summit Camera captured.

After the capture tells me the video premiere an aspect ratio of 1.094 and would show me it in the preview monitor in 4:3.

Why?

It may not be what I need to interpret each new clip afterwards!



Antwort von tommyb:

Normally, the 16:9 flag when restoring withübertragen - Programs are to some but not in the situation. Occurs particularly often when the box office program is not the same as the program with which you handled it.



Antwort von Corpse:

in my case, but the box office program and Editing program is identical.

If I change the Aspect Ratio of interpreting footage, which is fraught loss?





Antwort von Corpse:

Media Info:

Video
ID: 0
Format: Digital Video
Codec ID: dvsd
Codec ID / Hint: Sony
Duration: 1h 2mn
Bit rate: 28.8 Mbps
Width: 720 pixels
Height: 576 pixels
Display aspect ratio: 5:4
Original display aspect ratio: 16:9
Frame rate mode: Constant
Frame rate: 25.000 fps
Standard: PAL
Resolution: 24 bits
Colorimetry: 4:2:0
Scan type: Interlaced
Bits / (Pixel * Frame): 2,778
Stream size: 12.6 GiB (97%)
Encoding settings: wb = mode / white balance = / fcm = auto focus



Antwort von thos-berlin:

I'm not the Batch Conversion pro. In our open channel, there is also a premiere. If I think with a AVID / Pinnacle Liquid cut AVIs 16:9 arrive, the synonymous appear as 5:4.

A two clicks of the media and assistant has changed that, without any rendering process starts. So I think that one of the "display aspect ratio of 5:4 can directly change to 16:9.



Antwort von Blackeagle123:

Hey,

So first advance: If you are in a 16:9 Project aufnimmst a video that is actually synonymous interpreted as a 16:9 aspect ratio ". Since there were no problems with Premiere. I however had problems when I have a Stillimage in PAL Resolutionin imported Premiere, but then it gives it synonymous to "interpret" setting.

Quote:
Display aspect ratio: 5:4
Original display aspect ratio: 16:9

Even when you are such a problem, because the original aspect ratio is correctly identified as 16:9. The display aspect ratio is 5:4 for PAL correctly ALWAYS (720x576 pixels).

Quote:
If I change the Aspect Ratio of interpreting footage, which is fraught loss?

As you yourself already say that PAL is the starting material, the question with "NO loss will be answered." For all no preference whether 16:9 or 4:3, the PAL Resolutionist always at 720x567. The picture is drawn in 16:9 only different in the Width. And just consider this factor for the "in the Width" You can very easily set in the premiere and you've already wonderfully even explains how to do it! ;-)

On the edge: For TVs, it is only the speed of Television, a Picture of how fast is built right to the left. and the slower is faster at a 4:3 device and a 16:9 device, while maintaining resolution. Hence distort this "digital".
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Here some information:

This results in "square" pixels of a Resolutionvon:

4:3 = 768x576
16:9 = 1024x576

The Resolutionbrauchst But you do not, even if you create a Picture in Photoshop enough, there the Pal-resolution, as is the Picture s.end (on DVD) anyway again issued only in PAL!
And if you import the Picture in Premiere, you form the Aspect Ratio (Seitenverhätlnis) to 4:3 or 16:9, as you want it flat.
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And all this has nothing to do with converting or compressing!

Best regards,


Constantin



Antwort von Wiro:

"Corpse" wrote:
If I change the Aspect Ratio of interpreting footage, which is fraught loss?

No, it changes only the representation (interpretation).
The original remains untouched.
You can do it so quiet Sun
If you have are several (many) clips in the Project window: select all, then right click on the highlighted interpret and "Footage".

Generally it should not happen to all of course.
There is on capture something went wrong.
Is not a problem.

Greeting Wiro



Antwort von Corpse:

It only surprised me, I'm different with Cam's filmed, and all with the same old Canon PP captured.

Some tapes are recognized correctly in 16:9, some not and regardless of the used camera.

Must be a bug in PP, because otherwise I can not explain it unfortunately.

In any case, Thanks for the helpful hints. In the future I will again be careful in what DV capture ;-)



Antwort von WoWu:

@ Corpse
You must own! We should see whether all camcorders record in 16:9 anamorphic, because only that would only use 16:9 or a 16:9 window within your 4:3 image and so not the full number of lines.
It would explain the difference in "flagging".
For processing on the PC, the project sizes are way 788x576
and 1050 x 576 for widescreeen.
768 and 1024, the project sizes, when the material comes from analog PAL sources that have only 702 pixels per line.
Because you're from but not from DV and PAL, you solve to 720. In order sizes are the 788 or 1050th



Antwort von Blackeagle123:

That you can still find out quite simply: Is the Picture pulled to 4-3? Then you have to interpret the picture correctly.

If the picture above and below black bars, in a 16:9 project in addition to the right and left black bars, but is not biased?
Then you've shot with black bars.

Quote:
For processing on the PC, the project sizes are way 788x576
and 1050 x 576 for widescreeen


That was just me again! And what are the consequences? :)

Greetings!



Antwort von WoWu:

This has the consequence that you get the correct aspect ratio and not a distorted view. Although little, but not exactly correct.
For many users was all that was SD = PAL, no preference of whether the source analog or digital source was used and was then just 768x576.
This applied but only on 702x576 with PAL.
DV (ie, not PAL) has, however, and thus the image with 720x576 square pixels corresponding to 788x576 as in project setting.




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