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XL1 und 16:9

XL1 and 16:9



Frage von campool:
Dezember 2009

Is this Canon recorded in a position to anamorphic 16:9? (Of course, without Anamorphic!)



Antwort von Commanderjanke:

The Camera is not included in the position since the 16:9 only 4:3 CCD Camera 's has. But a 16:9 mode, but is not a proper 16:9 but a 4:3 picture that has black bars top and bottom (letterbox).

Greetings from the Commander



Antwort von campool:

Thank you!





Antwort von Marco:

Almost. The XL-1 is the "16:9" Although balkenfrei in the correct pixel aspect ratio on, but with a corresponding loss of quality because s.Chip while only 432 lines are scanned vertically, which are extended further back in the Processing of 576 lines.
After applying the 16:9 pixel aspect ratio it becomes again a geometrically correct picture.

Technically, after the fixation with the XL-1 in the 16:9 mode synonymous "real" 16:9 signal on the tape, which can be treated appropriately than 16:9 signal to the cut programs / should. But from "normal" PAL 16:9 format, it is distinguished by the loss of resolution of 144 lines.

One could in principle work equally well in the 4:3-programmed later in the editing mode and a 16:9-making cropping, so you have even more flexibility when preparing the 16:9 screen. There remains the argument of who makes the full picture scaling better - the XL-1 or the editing program.

Marco




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