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Video Settings Export 16:9 movie



Frage von mangalamani:
November 2007

Hello,
I have problems, still images in 16:9 format zuück on the timeline of Adobe Premiere Pro to get, which I previously of the timeline as a frame that is exported.

The video recordings were made on a Canon XL-1S in 16:9 shooting mode and were in the Adobe Premiere Pro project with the following video settings on the timeline imported:

Frame 720x576 (1422), frame rate 25, Pages pixel ratio D! / DV Pal Widescreen 16:9 (1422).

I still get back on the timeline, they have the right and left thick black stripes. The picture looks like a still image in 4:3 format. This miserable results I want in any case avoided.

By the way another question s.den Experts:
As the television industry for the 16:9 format forces, it makes sense, with the Canon XL 1S incorporated in 16:9 format? Or, should continue with 4:3 and included in the timeline and process until the film Export to be 16:9?

For a Antwrt grateful
mangalamani



Antwort von Andreas_Kiel:

"mangalamani" wrote:
(...) It is useful, with the Canon XL 1S incorporated in 16:9 format? Or, should continue with 4:3 and included in the timeline and process until the film Export to be 16:9?

In 4:3, I would now turn nothing more, unless the (SD) Camera can be no "true" 16:9.
Any subsequent format change means loss s.Bildinformation: and apart from this, there is - in simple format change - violent distortion. Can you offset (anamorphic), but then probably so expensive that you like on HD (= 16:9) could change.
BG
Andreas



Antwort von beiti:

"mangalamani" wrote:
I still get back on the timeline, they have the right and left thick black stripes. The picture looks like a still image in 4:3 format. This miserable results I want in any case avoided.
Can not with APP in a right-click on the clip under "Videoptionen" the checkmark next to "maintain aspect ratio" wegmachen?

Quote:
As the television industry for the 16:9 format forces, it makes sense, with the Canon XL 1S incorporated in 16:9 format? Or, should continue with 4:3 and included in the timeline and process until the film Export to be 16:9?
If you export the movie to 16:9 switch, you get either a broadly drawn picture or a 4:3 picture with black bars left and right. To correctly extract a 16:9 image at full height to pull, you have to have a little more tricks.
Technically, the simpler and probably slightly better quality way is the direct Rotate in 16:9.
In one case, you viewfinders in diene 16:9-Kasch to think in the other case you have egg heads in the Viewfinder.
Really 16:9 is suitable for the XL1S not halt, neither yet of the handling of the quality.
I would s.Deiner body as long as no new purchase into Camera House is next in the 4:3 film. This is the XL1S done, and this may well.








Antwort von mangalamani:

"beiti" wrote:
"mangalamani" wrote:
I still get back on the timeline, they have the right and left thick black stripes. The picture looks like a still image in 4:3 format. This miserable results I want in any case avoided.
Can not with APP in a right-click on the clip under "Videoptionen" the checkmark next to "maintain aspect ratio" wegmachen?

Quote:
As the television industry for the 16:9 format forces, it makes sense, with the Canon XL 1S incorporated in 16:9 format? Or, should continue with 4:3 and included in the timeline and process until the film Export to be 16:9?
If you export the movie to 16:9 switch, you get either a broadly drawn picture or a 4:3 picture with black bars left and right. To correctly extract a 16:9 image at full height to pull, you have to have a little more tricks.
Technically, the simpler and probably slightly better quality way is the direct Rotate in 16:9.
In one case, you viewfinders in diene 16:9-Kasch to think in the other case you have egg heads in the Viewfinder.
Really 16:9 is suitable for the XL1S not halt, neither yet of the handling of the quality.
I would s.Deiner body as long as no new purchase into Camera House is next in the 4:3 film. This is the XL1S done, and this may well.


Hello,

thanks for the hints. I have followed. Maybe needs someone who is not quite synonymous next white, the following info:

In order for Adobe Premiere Pro with default 16:9 project from the timeline issued a stop to fabricate 16:9 image, you do the following: Right clicking on the AVI file on the gallows Project brings the heading "interpret footage", click on pixels Seitenverhöltnis-click adjustment, input: D1 / DV PAL Widescreen 16:9 (1422) - OK
About File to Export frame on the project icon for the gallows Still Image Click in timeline and then render out only after the rendering process standbild 16:9 appears on the monitor.

mangalamani



Antwort von Markus:

"mangalamani" wrote:
Only after the rendering process standbild 16:9 appears on the monitor.

The previous image with 720 × 576 pixels missing probably only the pixel aspect ratio in order to import again to be displayed correctly.

The same should be synonymous, but then work, if the "wrong" image files with 720 × 576 pixels and imported with the pixel aspect ratio of 16:9-Videos interpreted. - Ultimately, it is the same, because it is bottom line only to the actual pixel arrives.




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