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    Default Changing Pixel Aspect Ratio

    Hello All!

    Im probably gonna get hammered for asking this,but I did make a search.


    Im currently making a flash back film of 2009,its 30 min documentry (so far) and the problem is that I have a mix of widesreen and normal pal dv
    The question is...

    "Whats the easyest/quickest way change my current mix of Pixel Aspect Ratios to just one ratio?"

    Thanks.
    Last edited by marrs; 03-06-2010 at 04:39 PM.

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    assuming you want the end project to be 16:9 then...

    set project settings to PAL 16:9

    on the 4:3clips click on the pan scan ICON and then right click on the F and select ASPECT RATIO and it will crop the 4:3 to 16:9
    once that is done right clip on the corrected clip and select COPY then highlight all the other clips that require this, Right Click on the clips and PASTE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z Cheema View Post
    on the 4:3clips click on the pan scan ICON and then right click on the F and select ASPECT RATIO and it will crop the 4:3 to 16:9
    I don't have "ASPECT RATIO"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Z Cheema View Post
    COPY then highlight all the other clips that require this, Right Click on the clips and PASTE.
    - And that is "Paste Attributes"? Yes? - If I just do Paste I get multiples of what I Copied?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z Cheema View Post
    assuming you want the end project to be 16:9 then...

    set project settings to PAL 16:9

    on the 4:3clips click on the pan scan ICON and then right click on the F and select ASPECT RATIO and it will crop the 4:3 to 16:9
    once that is done right clip on the corrected clip and select COPY then highlight all the other clips that require this, Right Click on the clips and PASTE.
    Hello


    Ok ive followed these instructions

    It was a bit different for me because im using sony vegas pro 9
    This is how it works with me,well not really!?

    First part:-
    Quote Originally Posted by Z Cheema View Post
    click on the pan scan ICON and then right click on the F and select ASPECT RATIO
    Match output aspect not ASPECT RATIO
    Ive copyed my corrected clip and on the timeline marked and right click my other clips Paste Attributes,but the ASPECT RATIO stays the same??

    Help

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