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    Hi all,

    I prefer filming in 1080, but one of my cams supports a neat super slow motion in 720

    I do not like to blow up the clip to 1080
    I'd much rather show the slomo in a small window in the HD movie

    I hope you see what I mean.

    Do you know how I could convert 720 to 1080 by adding borders?

    Thanks

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    In most editors, this will be done automatically by adding a 720 clip to a 1080 timeline

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    What Editing Software are you using?

    Why do you dislike the 720 to 1080 conversion - I'd expect it to be almost undetectable.

    A small level of softness (in SloMo) is acceptable IMHO.

    However, I'm fairly sure you can use the Picture-in-Picture feature to frame a movie-clip, but you would need to place it over a background that is not intrusive. Movie Studio has plenty to close from - and most can be adjusted to be "Just right".... in colour and brightness, for example.

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    I was using avid studio and having problems with clips in different fps settings.
    I upgraded yesterday to pinnacle studio 16 and this works better.
    But it does blow up the 720 to 1080.
    Just to see how things happen with After Effects I see that you are right and that AE does not do the conversion, but creates a border just as I wanted
    Thanks for the help

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