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Old February 6th, 2008, 11:31 AM   #1
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Hi everybody,

Sorry if this was discussed already, search did not reveal much...

As I understand, Canon HG10 (and most, if not all, of the current camcorders) output 1440x1080 picture with 1.333 pixel aspect ratio.

Is it possible to produce a 1920x1080 square pixel file? When I try these settings in Vegas it says the parameters are not compatible with my project settings which are HDV 60i.

Some tools just don't recognize the fact that this is widescreen footage so I though maybe converting it into a square pixel resolution might help...

Thanks!
Art
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Old February 6th, 2008, 12:23 PM   #2
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Hi everybody,

Sorry if this was discussed already, search did not reveal much...

As I understand, Canon HG10 (and most, if not all, of the current camcorders) output 1440x1080 picture with 1.333 pixel aspect ratio.

Is it possible to produce a 1920x1080 square pixel file? When I try these settings in Vegas it says the parameters are not compatible with my project settings which are HDV 60i.

Some tools just don't recognize the fact that this is widescreen footage so I though maybe converting it into a square pixel resolution might help...

Thanks!
Art
If I remember, there is an option in Pinnacle Studio to output in 1920x1080 for one of the formats or a user specified format..I can't remember if it was 30 or 60i or both options were available..

I'll try to remember to check tonight and post a picture.

Now I am not sure how I would tell if it is a square pixel file. I'm only viewing on my cpu monitor.
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Old February 7th, 2008, 09:57 AM   #3
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If I remember, there is an option in Pinnacle Studio to output in 1920x1080 for one of the formats or a user specified format..I can't remember if it was 30 or 60i or both options were available..

I'll try to remember to check tonight and post a picture.

Now I am not sure how I would tell if it is a square pixel file. I'm only viewing on my cpu monitor.
WMV format has option for 1920x1080. Looked exactly the same as 1440 as far as I could tell.
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