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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by jaegersing View Post
    Wow, I totally missed this. And it works for field order as well. Thanks to GV for listening!

    Richard
    and also handy for clip color

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  • jaegersing
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    that is correct, however the bin must be in list view

    Wow, I totally missed this. And it works for field order as well. Thanks to GV for listening!

    Richard

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  • dvdangor
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    Yea, you agree.

    Originally posted by CentralEurope View Post
    I download and look on the clip....

    for to correct a from Edius misinterpreted PAR from the (anamorphic) source footage is the way over the "bin"

    as KH and Anton wrote, and my picture illustrated

    works for all (at this time) marked clips ==> in one step.
    Still, One must report this issue to GV...

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  • CentralEurope
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    I download and look on the clip....

    for to correct a from Edius misinterpreted PAR from the (anamorphic) source footage is the way over the "bin"

    as KH and Anton wrote, and my picture illustrated

    works for all (at this time) marked clips ==> in one step.
    Last edited by CentralEurope; 09-09-2009, 08:53 AM.

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  • dvdangor
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    This anamorphic file is the reason i want to change the ratio

    I've created an anamorphic file using mainconcept converter for panasonic
    AVCHD camcorders - http://www.sendspace.com/file/ssnser

    The problem is Edius doesn't import it as 16:9, but as 4:3-
    Please try it if you don't agree.

    I've tried to import it to Ulead software and it was recognized as 16:9.

    Check the file...

    DOWNLOAD ANAMORPHIC FILE
    Last edited by dvdangor; 09-09-2009, 06:23 AM.

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  • CentralEurope
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    yes, PAR (Pixel aspect ratio) it is one from the four collumns, they can change in one step for all marked clips.....
    (and for beginners with only "Aspect Ratio" without "Pixel" ==> inexactlydenominated )


    okay, okay, it is 2,5h behind midnight here in europe,
    but imho this only for to correct a from Edius misinterpreted PAR from the source footage

    never for change a correct 4:3 footage to 16:9.......

    friendly greetinge from ....CentralEurope

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by GrassValley_KH View Post
    I could be mistaken, but I thought this was added in a recent update to EDIUS 5.x ??

    (Select multiple clips in the bin, apply mass property changes)
    that is correct, however the bin must be in list view

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  • CentralEurope
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    If in your original 4:3 footage a cirle is displayed as circle and not as oval ==> your footage have the correct PAR
    and if you will change this footage to 16:9

    ==> this have not to do with change the PAR ==> and the setting in "Clip properties" [Alt] + [Enter]
    ==> this have to do with change the DAR ==> and scale up + crop in the Layouter [F7]

    fundamentals for Editing:
    DAR ==> Display Aspect Ratio ==> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DAR_(Display_Aspect_Ratio)
    PAR ==> Pixel aspect ratio ==> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pixel_aspect_ratio

    change the DAR = Display Aspect Ratio from 4:3 to 16:9 ends allways up in one from this:
    • a) black bars on left and right ==> with full original resulution and sharpness
    • b) scale up the footage and crop on top and bottom ==> lost original resulution and sharpness
    • c) from variant a +b the half way = mask with small borders on top and bottom + widened borders on left and right
    • so you need not so many to scale up as in variant a


    Individual Layouter [F7] Setting (for 4:3 to 16:9) can you save as customer setting in the effect palette,
    mark all (relevant) clips ==> drag this "customer effect" from effectpallete to the marked clips
    and all clips have in one step the individual Layouter [F7] Setting (scale + crop)
    Last edited by CentralEurope; 09-09-2009, 12:04 AM.

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    I could be mistaken, but I thought this was added in a recent update to EDIUS 5.x ??

    (Select multiple clips in the bin, apply mass property changes)

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  • dvdangor
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    Aspect change from file properties (Alt+Enter)

    Hi

    Is there a way of changing the aspect for muliple files
    with a single function or should i go and change it to every file i've imported,
    by entering the properties of each files and chnage the ratio?

    If you know of a good way, please help, because i've got a lot of files
    i want to convert from 4:3 to 16:9 with this function and have to go
    every one of them and change it - If i choose muliple files and make the change- only one file is changed.

    Thank you.
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