Hello I have a DV with Premiere - Video with varying aspect ratio 4:3 and 16:9 read as a 16:9 video. To convert the 4-3 scenes in 16:9 aspect ratio and I will set the scene motion setting gezoom (no distortion-top and bottom falls away).
After rendering, there is the following problem:
Premiere itself always shows the desired 16:9 format, when played in Windows Media Player, etc., are the scenes, however, 4:3 and 4:3 switch on verzerrzt. The same problem occurs during the burn of DVD and so on.
Question: How can I force the all of the scenes are displayed in 16:9 format (ie the aspect ratio is 1.422 and for rendering still the aspect of the presentation of clips will be removed)
Is there a tool where the aspect ratio can be set without conversion?
PS: Also a repeated Renden the finished clip does not help!
Antwort von jabone:
I had a similar problem once synonymous and that has resolved itself quite well.
I have made the whole project in 16:9, then, were the 16:9 videos have no problem. Then I added the 4:3 and videos that were shown formatrichtig, so the Height was like 16:9 and left and right edges were black. Do you understand what I mean?
Antwort von IHC:
The problem is that I have the project finished. Only on the DVD edition of the aspect ratio jumped, Premiere has always displayed correctly. The formatrichtige paste so I have missed, because I get rectified only by Seitenverhältniss the 4:3 clips in a 16:9 scanned again before I had zoomed to 16:9.
Antwort von Asta:
Export Just try to de film High quality, uncompressed possibly do, then a new project, which is 16:9, this pull into the film and create from the DVD. Thus, the best quality will be preserved, but the elimination of the format specification.