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Frage von robertochampa:


when I am preparing a video animation for the NEC NP1150 projector of
with 4:3 in 1024: 768 - I want to go but projected at 16:9

I put only my Project and Final format in PAL 16:9 anamorphic so
1024 x 576 s.oder?

the beamer could interpolate to 1600 x 1200 - but that does not .. well the indication from the Manufacturer, then I understand the right of the projector with a 1024 x 576 pixels in the chip Produtkion the remaining controls and thus not the area is not black or projected?

thank you


Antwort von Pianist:

Thus, the will probably be, or is the projector which no preference, because already the respective player (Windows Media Player, Apple Quicktime Player, VLC Player) at the top and bottom black bars fits and then the whole than 4: three-picture projector to send. You could of course create the coding synonymous like the letterbox bars, then you have just a 1024x768 file with bars top and bottom.

An anamorphic 16:9, the projector is 1024x768 file probably can not flatten, if that was your idea.



Antwort von tommyb:

As the material is transferred to the projector? Via VGA / HDMI / DVI? If the setter so a PC or a DVD player is the setter?

If PC:
Put the Project in accordance with 1024x576 pixels GENUINE s.and craft your stuff. 1:1 pixel ratio accordingly. are rauscodieren When, as has been recommended to add black bars to achieve 1024x768. However, this is not absolutely necessary, as is the case Resolutiondes desktops at 1024x768, the black bars are automatically added to the video player.

If DVD Players:
720x576 pixels (anamorphic 16:9) and then create DVD from it.

The former solution would, however be preferred because of better quality.


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