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  • GrassValley_MD
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    Ronnie, it takes away the ability to place the layout over individual clips easily but you could create a single file when you have the video editing done and then bring that single clip in and use the layout tool once.

    Or, start a new sequence bring the first one in and then apply the layout tool.

    I think either way would work.


    Mike

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  • RonnieMartin
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    My end product is usually 4X3 SD DVD. However, more and more clients are asking for their video in 16X9 SD. I am editing originally in 16X9 and then going back and using the layout tool on each clip individually and changing them to 4X3. I am careful to place the titles so that they do not require re positioning.
    Most of the time my video is 1 hour and 30 minutes long and to go back on each clip is really time consuming. Is there another way to do this?

    Thanks

    Ronnie
    www.dirtracingvideo.com

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  • antonsvideo
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    yes, and you can also fine tune vertical position in case you are chopping off heads

    and in case of 16:9 to 4:3, you can control horizontal position on a scene per scene basis so nobody is cut in half

    also, to avoid zooming too much and losing too much info, I stretch slightly, nobody will notice

    and yes, the layout tool is the one to use to do it all

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  • Mr Bill
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    And if you ever want to go the other way '16:9 to 4:3'
    bring up the layout tool and click on 'Fit Height'

    This way you fill the screen and get rid of the black bars ,
    but lose some of the footage from the sides.
    Last edited by Mr Bill; 05-22-2007, 02:13 PM.

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  • pjsssss
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    Rt Click on the clip or hit F7 to bring up the Layout tool. I can't remember all of the settings but click on Fit to Width.

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  • Post your 4:3 to 16:9 converting techniques here........

    To all my GURU Edius users. Post your 4:3 to 16:9 techniques below. Cheers
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