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    I have recorded in 16:9 on my PD150, but whenever I render the video on Sony Vegas after editing, for whatever reason it insists on squashing the video horizontally. Why does it do this and is there some setting my attention should be drawn to?

    Thanks for any help as always.

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    Strangely enough I think your problem is that you have "maintain aspect ratio" box ticked. If that is not your problem I would guess that the pixel aspect ratio setting is not correct.

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    Or if you render it as .wmv file it tends to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by griffinmill View Post
    I have recorded in 16:9 on my PD150,
    How do you do that? Is the PD150 a native 16:9 camera?

    Quote Originally Posted by griffinmill View Post
    . . but whenever I render the video on Sony Vegas
    What format have you set up your Project to? What rendering format are you using?

    Quote Originally Posted by griffinmill View Post
    . . for whatever reason it insists on squashing the video horizontally.
    The reason is that Vegas will do what you tell it to do. You really need to communicate what it is you are doing. Once having established just what THAT is, then if you are still getting an "anomaly" then it would be necessary to contact SONY and inform them. Till then, you really do need to be more explicit with exactly what you have done.

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