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    need some help, have a realy really anoying problem on Prem Pro 2

    my progect is set to 16:9, the camera is set up to record & play back in 16:9, the footage captured was recorded in 16:9

    but for some reason when capturing it reverts to the non widescreen ratio

    any idea's

    Cheers

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    What camera are you using? To fix, right click on the clip on the bin, select interpret footage and select the correct aspect ration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters View Post
    What camera are you using? To fix, right click on the clip on the bin, select interpret footage and select the correct aspect ration.
    Using a Sony VX2100

    it's has worked fine before, just now it's started playing up

    PS, thanks for the info on how to fix it, i have been tearing my hair out over this, owe you a bear or two, would never have known about taht function Cheers

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    I hope those bears have had their claws cut before you give them to Marc!

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