Ken Berry wrote:I didn't need to do anything to get the aspect right in the WMV and MP4 ones. With the DVD one I did the aspect change thing...
If all I do is insert the .avi file into the timeline (no editing of any sort),
Share as eg. WMV, then the output file is as if the first frame of the .avi is being played for 30 seconds.
It has the same date time stamp that is on the .avi footage.
Ken Berry wrote:And to find the disable non-square pixel rendering, whenyou go to Share > Create Video File > DVD, a dialogue box appears where you are asked to give the new file a name and select the format. And there is a button which says Options. Click that and you will see several little boxes, the second or third of which is 'Enable non-square pixel rendering'. If it is ticked (which it is by default), then un-tick it..
Thanks found it
Once again the output, is as if the first frame is being played for 30 seconds.
Ken Berry wrote:And finally, yes, that is what I measn by aspect correction for those formats where the above aspect correction did not work. But if you don't 'fill the window' then you can manually stretch it all out, either to leave black borders above and below, but with the correct aspect ratio from left to right. Or pull the whole thing out so it is in correct aspect and fills the white frame, though this will mean some of it will not be seen on screen i.e. it will be cropped.
Thanks will try this just to see if I can get any footage at all.
Thanks for the hand-holding.