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Old September 4th, 2009, 06:01 PM   #16
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Jamie,

As was asked prior, your camera (which is a great little camera for what you are doing) shoots wide screen. Is there a rreason you only sdhoot 4:3? Considering most of your video will be computer based I would think you would want to shoot wide screen.

In a day or two I will run a couple tests with my sd camera in both wide and 4:3 and see if I can replicate what your problem, and then see if I can sort it out.
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Old September 4th, 2009, 11:02 PM   #17
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Jamie,

As was asked prior, your camera (which is a great little camera for what you are doing) shoots wide screen. Is there a rreason you only sdhoot 4:3? Considering most of your video will be computer based I would think you would want to shoot wide screen.

In a day or two I will run a couple tests with my sd camera in both wide and 4:3 and see if I can replicate what your problem, and then see if I can sort it out.
Thanks for your time Dale,

There is a reason I shoot widescreen. I film skateboarding mostly and I use a fisheye to follow the skaters around using my skateboard. I try to get as close as possible to the skater to give things a cool look without cutting off any part of the skaters body. If I film in 16:9, I will be more likely to cut off heads while trying to get close up shots.

Thank you, I know the problem must be one of the render properties, but I see nothing wrong with them when I look.
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