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Frage von Bayonetwork:
Oktober 2007

Hey,
I'm new here, and before anyone rumkotzt, YES, I have used the search function.

So, my question refers to different widescreen formats. The normal 16:9 is well known and no problem, but I noticed that many films on an even wider format used. Have you any idea how the name of this format is? And how is such a format with current cameras (I am referring specifically to the Panasonic HVX 200) implemented? Is there a specific feature or is receptive to the section just above and below a little bit cut off from the building? I'm looking pretty full for this film look and ask me how I could sort hinbekommen. So it would be nice if I could help there!

Hab synonymous here as a sample link, so a look and you know what I mean.
http://www.redrockmicro.com/footage/HVX200/deadland.mov

Thank you very much,
Chris [/ code]



Antwort von Peter S.:

Other widescreen formats: Cinemaskope, the ratio of side I do not know. Can create these "widescreen look, by going above and below a black bar over the picture lay.
MFG Peter



Antwort von thos-berlin:

Quote:
Cinemaskope, the ratio of side I do not know
I think 2.35: 1 or in the direction.

The film can look with black bars above and below generate. There are no amateur video cameras, such a format and the format is technically synonymous TV not supported (only 4:3 and 16:9). That is, the black bars are simply "gave Picture".








Antwort von equinoxe:

Widescreen formats can be divided with amateur cameras do not realize. Even many of 16:9 is not a real amateur cameras 16:9.
Taking in the Postpro merely a mask with black stripes on the Picture, is expected to work on a widescreen monitor pretty ridiculous. Indeed, there would be not only left / right in the case of a 4:3-format, black borders, but now synonymous still top / bottom.
The most skilled would perhaps, in the acquisition of a high-resolution format to provide the material and then in the wide-scale Postpro on.



Antwort von Cocoa_Magazin:

But you can synonymous with the amateur cameras Cinemascope Picture erzeigen. This takes you to 16:9 and set before the lens, a 16:9 anamorphotic. This generates a 33% enlarged Picture. The result is a 16:9 anamorphic picture. The whole must then be in the post by 33% bruising. The result can be synonymous without bars as WMV output. Examples: www.cocoakinderreporter.de (the films were not anamorphic, but released without beam). The anamorphic lens is in transit. They are actually designed to 4:3 from 16:9-anamorphic shots to make.

On the subject, I recommend synonymous: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filmformat_%28Film%29



Antwort von Quadruplex:

"Cocoa_Magazin" wrote:
On the subject, I recommend synonymous: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filmformat_%28Film%29

And for the coming, long evenings :-(
http://www.widescreenmuseum.com/




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