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    Default render video in pal 16/9

    first hi everybody, that's my first message on this board, so i hope it will be helpful.

    i shoot some video with my Sony DCR PC8 using standart video size pal (not widescreen).

    now i use vegas 5 to make the movie,but each time i try to render the video in PAL DV i have black line on the 4 corner of the video.

    then, i would like to crop all the video to play it on 16/9 TV. how can i do that ?
    thanks a lot

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    no idea from anybody ?

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    Make sure that the project properties are set to PAL widescreen to begin with. (File > Properties)

    Next, select the Event Pan / Crop on the video in the timeline. (A square icon at the far right end of the video clip)
    Left click and when the box appears, right click in the video preview window and select `Match Output Aspect`

    Job Done.

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    thx, i tried to do this.
    here is the result, i have black line on left and right side.


    PAL


    PAL Widescreen


    i remind u that the film has been shoot in normal mode

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    Looking at those screen captures, it seems that you havent selected `Match Output Aspect` in the event pan crop window.

    When you have, you will lose the top and bottom of the image.

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    yes i did
    here is a new screen

    i found how to crop the movie, but now i have small black line on left and right :(


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    Ok, That line is probably way outside of the safe area and would not be seen on a TV, but if you want to get rid completely, shrink the box using the corner tabs a little more, and having done that select the match aspect again just to make sure you're at the right size.

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    I didnt know 20th Century Fox used Vegas to edit aeroplane movies!

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    By the way, you might be better off doing this on a finished file to save applying it to every clip.

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    yes twenty century fox do lots of stuff u don't know... LOL


    i will leave it like this and wait until the end of the movie to find the way to remove this black line

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