Export of true 16:9 (1024x576) from VDL 2006 in MPEG2 does not work
Frage von FooFighter188: Dezember 2005
my last photographs were taken of a Sony camcorder (HC-42E) of 16:9 is true. The footage also lies in 1024x576 Resolutionauf my HDD.
Now the following problem: After editing, I would like to test the material to MPEG2 on the HDD first to banish later on DVD. However, the program always throws me the error message that the horizontal Resolutionzu was great and that I should change under Advanced in the Export dialog in the tab "Mpeg2" the resolution. Of what there is for "high", "Normal" and "low profile" and others. Below are yet to appear grayed-2 drop-down lists in the horizontal and vertical Resolutionangegeben, this I can not change it. At the bottom appears to be normal 720, with 1920 as a high horizontal Resolutionin the grayed-lists. At the riders before you can even adjust the aspect ratio. It does not works if I set to 16:9.
Is it possible to export from 16:9 material in 1024x576 VideoDeluxe herraus than MPEG2?
Film: Format: PAL Fps: 25.00 Resolution: 1024x576 (true 16:9)
Magix Video Deluxe 2006 plus Windows XP Prof. SP2
Antwort von Axel:
Format: PAL Fps: 25.00 Resolution: 1024x576 (true 16:9)
PAL is now pre-defined once as a 720 x 576 pixels. The problem with the output for a DVD player is that he only PAL or NTSC processed. You will be able to pass your film without changing the Resolutionalso only as a file for an (other) Calculator. As a WMV or Quicktime H.264 you achieve the best results. Then you should first de-interlace. Let us hope that these restrictions be removed soon by new - hopefully a uniform standardized - Players with respect to HD. These should be backwards compatible and can display all kinds of format.
Antwort von Markus:
... my last photographs taken of a Sony camcorder (HC-42E) ...
Okay, here are some basics: The HC42 is designed to record images Resolutionvon synonymous only with a 720 × 576 pixels. Do you have inflated the amount of data when capturing the 1024 × 576? Then you would have already been run while the first loss in quality.
Capture the images the next time the same (1:1) as PAL DV widescreen with 720 × 576 pixels and a pixel aspect ratio of 1.42. For all further processing steps that target remains active until you end the film back to MiniDV tape replay or burn a DVD.