Salü together have, with my Panasonic GS400 a movie in real (; anamorphic) 16:9 rotated. Basically, I can still get the clips in Premiere 6 so correctly See, when I put the project settings to "widescreen" set. However, I open my folder clip in the storyboard window, it does not work: both the thumbnails as synonymous the clip playback will be displayed in a distorted 4:3. Does anyone know if - and where can I change this?
Antwort von Markus:
if you give back the video scenes 4:3 eight time, whether they are really represented correctly in 4:3. (;! If they do not turn the pictures drawn a little into the air).
This is connected with the aspect ratio of pixels, which are represented in the computer s.Television square but rectangular. For digital video format, both, so both 4:3 and 16:9 synonymous, the same resolution: 720 × 576 pixels. In one case, the pixel aspect ratio of 1.07 (, so only slightly rectangular at 4:3) and 1.42 (; clearly rectangular in 16:9).
Putting an opportunity to play the clip out of a video editing program to correct aspect ratio is not known to me. However, when it comes to video clips to see only s.Computer and outside of a video editing program, you must export it so that the aspect ratio with square pixels is correct again.
Thanks for your reply. The pixel aspect ratio is clear to me. Premiere takes this into account so synonymous with the preview of the timeline. Therefore, it shows me the clips on here in a properly equalized widescreen display. The Storyboard window of Premiere and the where of open clips are displayed as 4:3 but with the appropriate amount distortion. So there is one and the same program (; Premiere 6) a proper preview (; 16:9 from the timeline) and a distorted preview (; from the storyboard). My question is therefore: If the storyboard of Premiere 6 does not correctly display 16:9, or I do something wrong?