DVD movie in its original format to copy to hard drive ...
Frage von JMS Productions: November 2009
A purchase-DVD and I would like to bring in the original film that contained the original Cinemascope format on the PC. (To all who want to right now because of piracy or rumbellen like, I own the original DVD, and anyway would know the means to circumvent copy protection mechanisms. But this is not the issue here at all)
On the back of the DVD case says "Presented in 2.30:1 aspect ratio (Approx). Next door, however, is "widescreen version 16:9"
I have already copied the movie of DVD to hard drive, the Vob files into the editing program and loaded as a normal MPEG-2 export (in 16:9). Premiere in the export window, but there is a possibility that I can select everything in the Source Monitor, which will be shown later. So I got everything until marked on the black borders above and below, according to Premiere is one Resolutionvon 720x442. Thus, only pure picture without boundaries. But after exporting my video's back bar.
How can I take the original 1:1 format? The original 2.30:1 DVD format is so loud. But it is a 16:9 DVD.
Thank you for your help
Antwort von Axel:
The original format is anamorphic 16:9 (5:4 with 1:1,44 PAR) with black letterbox, so far from being an "original format to be". Cinemascope would 1:2,35, common practice is 1:2,39 (ie 1:2,40), but not 1:2,30. You can just cut the film (ie the black strip cropping), einskalieren in a common format and with square pixels, in the numerical ratio 1:2,40 (or -30, if it should actually compromise the DVD) format. Many DVDs use the aspect ratio of 21:9 (= 1:2,3 period), so that the retained image width of 720 pixels would correspond to try one Height of ~ 308 pixels. Only playable on a computer, of course. Consolation: The vast majority of analog-widescreen format movies are nothing more than gecroppte and correspondingly larger 4:3 picture. 16:9 (1:1,7 period) does not exist in classical movies, the usual is 1:1.85, the difference is negligible.
Antwort von JMS Productions:
Ok thanks for your tip. Have now but still not understood properly. What does it mean that the DVD is 2.30:1? When I look at the 16:9 DVD on a 16:9 TV, stays up and down still a little black bar. That still means then that the "original format" would be even wider than 16:9. 21:9? Viewed on a 4:3 TV, I have twice as many black bars than normal.