I have a 16:9 video (VOB) and would like it via Virtual Dub edit and save as AVI. However, VD not recognize that it is 16:9 and is making it 4:3. Is there a better method than using filter-> resize a 16:9 as an end product to get? Effects in the options so far can not find anything. Or did you do another tip, as I make a VOB file into an AVI can make?
Thank you Sascha_
Antwort von Aljoscha.Niko:
Besere method as resize kenn ich nicht. It depends on VD probably somehow with the ancient codecs together ...
Antwort von Markus:
Resolutionhat what the video in the VOB container? 720 × 576 pixels (PAL) or 720 × 480 pixels (NTSC)? In both cases, the picture from 16:9 PAR (Pixel Aspect Radio) determined. This specification is usually in the AVI file.
But it is not a problem for many video editing programs, recordings subsequently found to be 4:3 or 16:9 umzuswitchen. The Resolutionsollte you do not change, because otherwise you have to scale several times if necessary, so the quality suffers.
Thank you! The original video is 720x576, 16:9. But now comes another problem: It is a multi-lingual film with German subtitles. I only now noticed that the subtitles VirtualDub not over with. Ooops!
Maybe I am once again the questions differently: - Can you possibly me another program / tool recommend with which I make a VOB file (720x576, with subtitles, 10 'min length) into an AVI can convert?
- Or can the VD already and I only have the correct options have not yet found?
Thank you very much! Sascha
Antwort von Quadruplex:
IAber now comes another problem: It is a multi-lingual film with German subtitles. I only now noticed that the subtitles VirtualDub not over with. (..) - Can you possibly me another program / tool recommend with which I make a VOB file (720x576, with subtitles, 10 'min length) into an AVI can convert?
So, so - I will not even know how the movie on your hard drive has lost ... Since it s.and s.aber DVD players, which is the ineffectiveness of so-called copy locks and know the same refrain times we assume that you are legally copied VOBs have on your plate.
What you are looking for does not exist or it does not clever. There are of DivX the "Converter" - which is part of the package that you download DivX at it - runs but only 14 days for free. The converts your video into your DivX, the audio track, unfortunately, forced to MP3 and brings the subtitles (in poorly legible) in the AVI file in (technically isses ne AVI file, but it has the file extension. Divx). Incidentally synonymous nor assumes Converter menus of the DVD. With subtitles and menus can be only with the DivX's own player (also part of the package) Look - Other Programs show when playing mostly just the normal picture without subtitles (depends on the program). The cumbersome for selbstgebastelte DVD copies but usual way, the DVD subtitles (which are not Technical text, but still applies) with appropriate programs and a text read out to disk. Miscellaneous Players read the Textdaei the video playing in parallel to the film and make the text liability for Details seek times Google - keywords: srt / sup.
Antwort von Sascha_:
Have a nice solution: VOB with VD and capture as AVI ausrendern. Then the AVI in Premiere capture option "interpret footage -> 16:9 PAL" option and render again. Now it's up to the lack of subtitles, become great.