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Old May 7th, 2009, 04:34 PM   #1
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4:3 graphics in widescreen project

I m suppose to use these graphic file for titles and bumpers in my project my project is in 16:9 and I. Want a widescreen output problem is my I don't want titles to go 16:9 as it puts titles in letterbox .. Is there a way to avoid that?
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I m suppose to use these graphic file for titles and bumpers in my project my project is in 16:9 and I. Want a widescreen output problem is my I don't want titles to go 16:9 as it puts titles in letterbox .. Is there a way to avoid that?
You have three options.

1) Cropping
2) Stretching
3) A combination of cropping and stretching.
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You have three options.

1) Cropping
2) Stretching
3) A combination of cropping and stretching.
is that the only option i have???? wont i lose quality doing this ?
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If your project is 4:3 then cropping the 16:9 footage will not give you any loss (except for whatever resolution changes you may employ with the 16:9 footage). But that won't be a result of cropping.

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