I'm just about to cut in Premiere Pro CS3, a stop-motion film, but unfortunately not so much knowledge of HDV: ( My Project, I have created with these settings: 1080/25p (1440 * 1080), Pixel Aspect Ratio: HD Anamorphic 1080 (1.333) progressive. The digital images that make up my film I'm preparing in Photoshop: the scale of the project size of Premiere - HDV 1080p: 1440 * 1080 with pixel aspect ratio: 1.333 (1.333) and save it off as a jpg. These images, however, I can only look at the "compressed" 4:3-condition on my calculator, but when I import images into Premiere to be pulled apart again to 16:9 ". So far so good. Now to my problem. When I export my movie always comes out a 4:3 "squashed" Film: (Even though I specified the frame size (720 * 576) in 1440 * 1080 and change the pixel aspect ratio to convert HD Anamorphic 1080 (1.333) ... As the output file format, I have Quicktime, avi and uncompressed avi tried. At the avi format comes out only a black picture and the Quicktime format, as I said, a deformed 4:3 Picture ... What am I doing wrong?
It would be great if I could help someone ... I come with my next project that is currently überhauptnichtmehr: (
Thanks in advance! Dasha
Antwort von Wiro:
Hello, if you want to look at it on the PC you with square pixels (PAR have 1.0) and 1920x1080 output.
QT Player can not read the 16:9 flag. Greeting Wiro
Antwort von Dascha:
Thanks for the quick response!
One question I have, but still, the images are displayed after burning to DVD on a TV screen then right? Or should I note that what?