despite the 4:3 setting is only possible in Ulead VideoStudio 16:9?
Frage von horstinger: Juni 2006
Hi folks, I'm having problems with the appropriate format and can never find any solution. My knowledge through forums search is currently (hopefully correctly) the following: -My Camera (SonyHC42) actually takes up only in 16:9. -As someone who has an old television, the image has black bars above and below. Somehow, we can determine, however, that the picture is compressed to the format 4:3, where the beacon, but everything will disappear very stretched. Thus, and not just the funzt. I once tried power director, who has made it of itself (although why is a mystery to me), but now I have no preference VideoStudio and what settings I choose, it always remains at 16:9. I just tried something: set in the Camera "TV format 4:3," Then something filmed, and still stands after the transfer of the properties of the clip 16:9. So, long story short: How do I get out Studio9 video with a DVD that fills the entire TV picture? And how can I check this BEFORE you burn? Oh, s.Rande: The startup screen of Video Studio has set the upper right to select "Project to 16:9, but I find no changes, as it has no preference eingestelltl.
Antwort von Markus:
there is a very easy way to 16:9 images on a 4:3-undistorted Television and still play the entire surface: Burn a DVD-Video and they look s.Television on your DVD player.
The DVD player is in the setup menu (which usually come only during the first installation) calls a choice, how a widescreen movie is displayed on a 4:3-Television. Stands for letterbox black bars, pan & scan for a full picture with edges cut away the left / right.