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Thread: Accidentally captured WS footage in FS. Do I need to re-capture?

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    Question Accidentally captured WS footage in FS. Do I need to re-capture?

    I accidentally captured footage that was filmed in widescreen (16:9) to FS (720x576 (1.0940)).

    Do I need to re-capture?

    When viewing the captured footage in a program such as KMPlayer or VLC media player, I can force-stretch the video to 16:9 and it looks how it should, so I have a feeling I won't have to re-capture it all again and that there may be another way.

    If re-capturing is the only way, then so be it

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    No - the only differnece is the PAR - pixel aspect ratio - all the data will be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark W View Post
    No - the only differnece is the PAR - pixel aspect ratio - all the data will be there.
    Can I make Premiere Pro correct this for future editing of the file?

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