I have the Panasonic GS500 angeschaft and take on 16:9. If I upload DV material in Magix, the format is recognized 16:9. Now, if the data is loaded into VirtualDub, and then after editing the. Exported avi, Magix VDL detects when reading this data is not more than 16:9 but 4:3.
I have tried it through the filter "re~isér", but without success. Whether 1024 x 568 or 720 x 568, it remains in 4:3 format.
What should I do so I get a grip?
PS: Please have mercy, I am Beginners!
Thanks for your answers!
Antwort von der_kleine_techniker:
Are beams above and below black? if so, the format is 4 to 3 but true. The film itself may well be 16 to 9 beams, however, film and are 4 to 3
Antwort von cyrus:
No, the picture has no black bars and is presented in 4:3 distorted.
PS: It certainly should be 576 and not 568th
Antwort von Stefan:
This is probably an issue of the DV codec, which is used in VD. The DV codec is responsible for read the 16:9 share the information when decoding and encoding again. VD can decode with the DV codec in the latest versions of Microsoft or with their own DV codec. For encoding In many old VD DV codec used is often recommended as the Panasonic DV codec. They come from a period when 16:9 has been made yet with bars and the DV video had no IDs 16:9 ...
To give a solution to the problem is difficult ...
Either a lot of fumbling, and while looking up a DV codec is usable in VD and 16:9 with the strap. On the site you can - in relation to the display and enter another in VD - in the AVI file format. In the AVI file is recorded as a Picture is great. I am almost sure that there are the usual 720x576 VD and thus is unable to handle anyway. When you filter that could be irrelevant in an intelligent DV codec in the display and the frameserving etc. is fatal.
Or export it as the editing program in the true 16:9 picture size in a lossless (Huffyuv) or low-loss (with high quality MJPEG) codec to work in VD and then reimport into the editing program.
Good luck The thick Stefan
Antwort von AÖ-Ravenation:
Thanks Stefan !!!!!
Antwort von MPF:
Topic is old, but since I have the same problem with my GS400, I now switched to 16:9, which program is so easy to spend IR-cut files, and snippets with DirectStreamCopy without recalculation.
Vielen Dank schon mal
Antwort von TheBubble:
Man in VirtualDub can switch the view in a 16:9 mode, so that the display on the screen does not appear distorted. (To select the video display and right click on the shortcut menu, the right aspect ratio.) Of course, this does not alter s.Videomaterial itself