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Thread: Rendering in full-screen for Youtube

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    Default Rendering in full-screen for Youtube

    Hi guys,

    I am sure this question has been asked before, but in all honesty I am tired of searching for answers myself and getting nowhere. To put my problem simply - I am trying to render my videos in full-screen in order to publish them on youtube. I have searched online for a number of days now and watched quite a few youtube "tutorial" videos, but none of them have given me the result I am looking for.

    Essentially, no matter what settings I seem to use I cannot render my videos in full-screen. After rendering I always either have black horizontal/vertical borders surrounding my video, or the video itself is in wide-screen format. I know there must be a simple fix, but as of yet I've not been able to find it. Any suggestions?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimAndrews View Post
    It doesn't unfortunately. I have set the aspect ratio to 16:9 Widescreen TV, and the pixel aspect ratio to 1.3333 (HDV 1080). The video looks like this:



    Black horizontal bars are obvious.

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    Try setting the pixel aspect ratio to square.

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