Still image export of Canon EOS 400 D in Final Cut Pro HDV
Frage von mangalamani: Juni 2008
I do not succeed, as photos of the Canon EOS 400 D in a Project in Final Cut Pro HDV 1080i50 format to import.
The photos that appear on the Mac as the pixel format JPEG 3888 x 2592 have to be a Wide Angle 16:9 appear in the film.
The me of Final Cut Pro imported photos do not reach the 16:9 format. What to do?
For each notice grateful Gruss mangalamani
Antwort von WoWu:
3888 x 2598 is synonymous not 16:9 format ... You will agree with the willy-nilly, on a 16:9 format prune them. Either you take out 411 pixels vertically, horizontally, or 730. Then you have yet to see whether you are in 1440 with anamorphic pixels or work in 1920 with square pixels ...
Antwort von Peter S.:
Digital SLR cameras usually have an aspect ratio of 2:3. You have the photos before in an image editing program cut. MFG Peter
Antwort von Axel:
In the Preferences box clips to sequence size auto scaling Deselect. Importing images and wires in the smaller model viewer (so that the image size will be estimated) and scaled relative to the viewer "mask" move. In one sequence, anamorphotic other media but with the correct AR for them shown. Photoshop is not necessary in this case even less favorable. The larger images allow Ken Burns Effects.