Posted by Richard Crowley on 01/03/08 02:49
"Jacques E. Bouchard" wrote ...
> Okay, bear with me as this question will probably expose my ignorance
> video resolution and aspect ratios. If anyone can recommend a good on-line
> tutorial that will demystify all of this, I'd really appreciate.
> I'm working with source video that's 480 X 480 with a 1.33 pixel ratio.
> image is compressed horizontally, making it look squashed. I want to
> extract a scene and output it in Adobe Premiere Pro to a standard format,
> say 720 X 480 and make it look normal. What would be the best way to work
> with this footage? What project settings do I use (matching source or
> output)? Do I "unsquash" the source footage by applying video effects, or
> by outputting to a different resolution, aspect/pixel ratio? Etc...
> Yes, I know, I'm clueless about this. Ususally I work with footage I've
> shot myself, and it's all standard.
> Thanks for patiently answering my question.
Assuming you have already got this 480-square video into your
timeline? Should be very simply a matter of "dragging" the
horizontal size of the clip out to wherever you want it. Or are
we missing something here?
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