I cut this (sony vegas) and render it as uncompressed AVI.
Then I render it with TMPEG Xpress 4 as mpg4 (720x576)
When I look at it now (VLC or Quick Time Player), then I have black bars above and below (not much - but it's not full frame)
I render it as a Quicktime movie, then the video in the player is full frame.
Only in mpg4, the problem occurs.
What could this be?
I have something of square / non-full square pixels read.
Thanks for info and help.
Antwort von B.DeKid:
Record of eRightSoft SUPER and let you output the video to mp4 and alternates at a 4:3 ration synonymous ... then that should come out clean
MfG B. DeKid
Antwort von WoWu:
@ Marzipan The explanation is very simple. Either you have the correct geometry of the pixels, or picture format for earlier periods to PAL, 768 x 576 were the result of Qudrat 702 x 576 (PAL) ... and that was exactly 4:3, ie Full Frame.
If you of 720 x 576 (DV) the square pixel image, however, are no longer 768 but 788x576 and so you do not have a 4:3 aspect ratio more (factor 1.33), but a 4,1:3 ratio (factor 1, 37). Your picture is so einwenig wider. Result out of it, with correct representation of the little black bar. Unfortunately, this is correct.