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Studio 9: Wie von 4:3 auf 16:9 wandeln?

Studio 9: How to convert of 4:3 to 16:9?



Frage von Martin:
November 2005

Hello,

Studio 9 with the following problem: I have material in 4:3 and in 16:9, in the hopes to create a 16:9 movie. Thus, the 4:3-material gets the right format, it should either be cut up or down, or get s.den side black bars. The latter is the better method because it can develop a complete information.

How do I get prepared now for the movie in 4:3-/ Studio 9 to 16:9? It comes with external tools designed as add beams, but since the quality will suffer. Other possibilities?

Greeting
Martin



Antwort von Nightfly!:

Hello Martin
This works with TMPEG
Look here:
http://www.videoforums.co.uk/guide-convert-4-3-to-16-9-64.htm

More Info:
http://forum.slashcam.de/viewtopic.php?p=103351 # 103,351
http://www.digitalvideoschnitt.de/forum/phpforum2_AdobePremierePro__17354_.html

Greeting Nightfly



Antwort von Udo Schröer:

Hello,
Pinnacle Studio 9 offers no possibility to convert the format. Also, the use of both formats gin a Project is only when you buy this option at Pinnacle. Visually convert them to 16:9 with a background which you will like a paste and Tittel above and below black highlight. This mechanism will be as long as your film. The TMPG Encoder Fomat You can use the change, but it appears squashed.





Antwort von Martin:

Well, that sounds like nu not exactly super. But is the premiere element in some form? That would be for me a reason to switch ...

Find a dazwischenzuschalten tool "" I am not so sparkling, because it usually means that once again compressed. The quality will not increase it at least.

Greeting
Martin



Antwort von prem:

Pinnacle Studio 9 can, I think processed directly s.Version 9.3 mpg.
The TMPG encoder is superior to the studio of 9 forward in quality. I use studio 9 Pros and create AVI files with only studio which I then reconversion with TMPG in mpg, then I take me this file in Studio 9, the film will not be re-rendered. But processed only for the DVD edition. If you want to mask 16:9 is the editor in the text. Draw a rectangle on the top and bottom so that a mask will appear. You have to dye them black. 16:9 is correct then does not.



Antwort von Martin:

"Anonymous" wrote:
The TMPG encoder is superior to the studio of 9 forward in quality. I use studio 9 Pros and create AVI files with only studio which I then reconversion with TMPG in mpg, then I take me this file in Studio 9, the film will not be re-rendered. But processed only for the DVD edition.


TMPG Encoder is too expensive. I'm messing around with VirtualDub times now and made the following observation:

1. Experiment: Resize to 1024 x s.Rand 576 with black bars. I then aborted the attempt at once, because the Panasonic DV encoder can encode only 720 x 576th Too bad - that would get the method, the full Resolutionzu.

2. Experiment: Resize to 1024 x 576 with black bars s.Rand, then resize to 720 x 576 Result: Works in Studio with 16:9 results in the correct aspect ratio with black bars.

3. Expt Crop (top and bottom) to 720 x 405, deinterlace, resize to 720 x 576 with bicubic computation. Score Works: synonymous, fills the entire 16:9 picture is a detail (top and bottom cropped), qualitatively quite bearable. Still, there is no information lost in the visible range, in contrast to the method with the black bars.

Will therefore probably continue to use the version 3 - is a bit fiddly, it has to select the right section. Beautiful would it support the editing program directly, especially not incur losses due to multiple compression scale /.

Greeting
Martin



Antwort von Markus:

Hello Martin,

subsequent conversion of the image format is always fraught with a certain loss. Further information regarding these issues you find in the next posting. In particular, where the linked thread "of converting 16:9 to 4:3 format, or vice versa," should (and the) links mentioned in this article of interest to you:

Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5: On Small Picture at issuance



Antwort von Martin:

"Markus" wrote:
Further information regarding these issues you find in the next posting. In particular, where the linked thread "of converting 16:9 to 4:3 format, or vice versa" (and which) are likely links mentioned in this post you are interested


Bingo! Since I had so synonymous themselves can come on it ;-)

Although I found no effect at Studio 9, which extends the picture, but luckily there's plug-ins. Now, therefore, had the following success:

1. The 4:3-load movies like everyone else than 16:9. Looks, of course erstmal terrible.

2. Applying Effects of JP's, transforming (0.6), "extend y", value: 33

Already synonymous true 16:9 ratio at 4:3-shoot. Apparently there is synonymous move in the Y direction, even dynamically, so that should the right section to be synonymous with something more controversial material with too little bars above and below to be found.

Greeting
Martin




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