Capture video from Sony Full HD Camera: 1440x1080 Editing program: Premiere Pro CS4
If I Project as WMV (for example, spend 1024x576), everything looks perfect. But now I will create a DVD. I choose the formats "MPEG2-DVD" from the guidelines "PAL widescreen - High Quality". The format is preset to 720x576 and the aspect ratio to 16:9 widescreen.
The result is indeed the correct format, but the left and right, thin black borders. Is this a bug? Or does it improve the picture, because we were told to "better the 720 pixels do not move quite so far apart, and the black borders you see (on a CRT monitor is not anyway)?
But now the surprise: If I change anything s.den settings except that I switch the aspect ratio to 4:3, I get a result without the black borders And. .. also a wide-screen video, that is, the picture is not compressed at 4:3!
And again the question: Bug or feature?
Antwort von WoWu:
Because PAL, so analog material 702 x 576 Resolutionhat, But 720x576 Digital SD
Make sure you material from a project with 702 original pixels are in a playback device that shows 720 dots, then the 2x9 pixel s.den edges are shown in black.