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Hilfe: Nur VOB da: NTSC zu Pal, wie erhalte ich das 16:9 ?????

Help: Only VOB da: NTSC to Pal, as I get the 16:9 ?????



Frage von Urmelmama:
Oktober 2005

Hi!
Maybe someone can help me, even nibble for a few days s.folgendem problem:
It will be a project of converting NTSC to PAL.
Ok, unfortunately, of the Project for various reasons, only the DVD ferige there.
So I doe VOB's in NTCS. To convert I should convert the site is available in s.besten Mpegs, using the search function, I came across the MainConcept MPEG Pro plug-in for Premiere, have drawn me to trial and then I could import the VOBs in Premiere.
In principle, yes, I now need to export only as Pal, so the change would be accomplished, but what's with the ratio?
The imported Vob is displayed as 720 * 480 ratio 1.0, the first of me is exported as a 720 * 576 Mpeg 1.1 and the ratio not a 16:9, right??
When I export the movie about the MainConcept plug than 16:9, I get the following film: 720 * 576 Ratio 1.4! And the overly stretched but looks full of ???????
Please can someone tell me how I can get the original Seitenverhältniß 1:1??

Thank you dear, if someone can help me !!!!!!!!!!!!

Mephisto123



Antwort von Udo Schröer:

To understand 16:9 or 4:3
Both formats have the same Resolutionvon 576 x 720
Why are 16:9? When recording a 16:9 anamorphic picture is taken. The object eg a ball Danch looks like an egg, while playing the egg until it is compressed again produces a circle with the consequence that your ball has a ratio of 16:9 576 lines. Since your DVD player is not proof that you own a TV you have to make the setting in the DVD player to 16:9. This then detects whether there is a 4:3 or 16:9 Picture. Should you convert a movie in 4:3 to 16:9 just want to go with Interpolatin or 16:9 letterbox in the latter case, you get a 16:9 picture, however, synonymous with correspondingly lower Resolutionz.b. 360X720



Antwort von Nightfly!:

To 16:9 vs.. 4:3, see Udo.

You've got to NTSC to PAL conversion To respect the fact that your SOUND is synchronously, because the frame rates are different. This is most clearly s.end of the converted material. If your program does not itself observed this effect, you must according to your audio track (or PAL-> NTSC strechings) to keep the sound synchronously to.

Greeting
Nightfly.





Antwort von Urmelmama:

Yo, many thanks!

@ Nightfly:
Thanks for the tip, thank God, the sound is not important and is set to mute :-)

@ Udo:
Thank you, the film came in 16:9, then I'll let the Seitenverhälniß as it is.

What I find interesting:
When imported, the film is a Pixelverhätnis of 1.1, why the of the has
MainConcept then 1.4 ?????? The 360 * 720 I have not quite understood, I shall probably again have to deal precisely with what the matter .... : o)

MainConcept Kosted 250 Ocken, what is there to for alternative? Can I use this example TempgenC?

Mephisto



Antwort von Urmelmama:

Buuuhuuuuuuuuuu
it is even more confusing:
I'm with Tempgenc, as described in the Slashcam-Instructions, the de-Multiplxt BY:
"The extraction of the video stream from the newly created VOB. There's several possibilities. I recommend TMPGEnc: File, MPEG Tools, demultiplex open. The VOB in which that appears streamlist double-click on the video stream. Id result is usually a video file MPEG-2 format with the file extension *. m2v. "

OKI, then wanted me, but make no Tempgenc Pal-Mepg2. So I invite dan new *. m2v purely in Premiere, there it is then 720 * 480, but pixel ratio 1.2 and not 1.1 or 1.4.

If I'm still the processing, "Multiplexing of the *. m2v and *. mp2 file and the *. ac3 file to a valid MPEG Program File. This is done again TMPGEnc (File, MPEG Tools, multiplex -- as "Type" MPEG-2 Program (VBR) select!) "

Then 0.9 pixel ratio is registered.

What does that mean??



Antwort von Udo Schröer:

Again, the 16:9 resolution.
Origin is the image of this film is 35 * 24mm movies because there is no such uses a format for recording an attachment of the camera lens used in the Picture Height extends to fully exploit the film. If played in the movies is with a second lens, the picture again so that a compressed format of 1:1,85 (16:9) or 1:2.35 (Cinemascop) is formed.
Transferring to TV
A 4:3 TV set 576 lines can visualize. In old Westermann eg you see black bars above and below. These are part of the picture and are represented by lines that are missing from the visible picture, so you Resolutionum is precisely this factor less zb. only 340 lines + 226 for black bars. The picture is 16:9 as I said the picture distorted and then compressed, thus you will receive resolution.



Antwort von Markus:

Hello "Mephisto123"

You could burn the source materials incorporate synonymous change and NTSC DVDs. Most PAL DVD players are "backward compatible" and can play NTSC DVDs. That would save you a lossy format conversion as necessary. ;-)

Even more image formats and pixel aspect ratios:
4:3 or 5:4 (and sites linked Posting)




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