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    Hello All!

    I need a bit of help converting 1440 Into 1080p
    The footage is from a GoPro
    I was wondering if this is possible (with Vegas) and the best and easiest way.
    Im using Sony Vegas Pro 11

    Ive found a tutorial using GoPro Studio but I would like to stay with Vegas.
    http://www.goprotuto.com/gopro-studi...6bf8b5413.html

    Thanks
    Mark

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    Even......................

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    Why not open the video in GoPro Studio, click export, select 1080p and wait?.......................

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    Given the OP wants to stick in Vegas ...

    Create a project.
    Drag your 1440 file into it (accept the prompt to change your project to match the clip, though this doesn't affect the resultant file)
    File | Render As and choose whatever output format you want.

    That's the answer, but the fact you're posing the question suggests this isn't working for you (or isn't working for you as you'd expect). What specific problems are you having? And what do you what do you want to do with the footage (this is relevant to what output format you choose).

    In case you are not aware the 1440 you talk about is not the same as the 1080. 1440 refers to the number of pixels across an image and 1080 refers to the number of pixels down. We also need to know whether this is 1440 with a 4:3 ratio or 1440 with a 16:9 ratio.

    Ideally you'd post a short clip somewhere where we could download it and have a play.
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    He said "I was wondering if this is possible (with Vegas) and the best and easiest way."

    Not that he wanted to only use Vegas

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR1 View Post
    He said "I was wondering if this is possible (with Vegas) and the best and easiest way."

    Not that he wanted to only use Vegas
    "but I would like to stay with Vegas" might just be taken to mean "but I would like to stay with Vegas and other software", I suppose, but I certainly didn't infer that
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    Given the OP wants to stick in Vegas ...

    Create a project.
    Drag your 1440 file into it (accept the prompt to change your project to match the clip, though this doesn't affect the resultant file)
    File | Render As and choose whatever output format you want.

    That's the answer, but the fact you're posing the question suggests this isn't working for you (or isn't working for you as you'd expect). What specific problems are you having? And what do you what do you want to do with the footage (this is relevant to what output format you choose).

    In case you are not aware the 1440 you talk about is not the same as the 1080. 1440 refers to the number of pixels across an image and 1080 refers to the number of pixels down. We also need to know whether this is 1440 with a 4:3 ratio or 1440 with a 16:9 ratio.

    Ideally you'd post a short clip somewhere where we could download it and have a play.
    My gopro 3 supports 1920x1080 and 1920x1440 - is this what you guys are talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zamiotana View Post
    My gopro 3 supports 1920x1080 and 1920x1440 - is this what you guys are talking about?
    My bad. That's a frame size I wasn't aware existed. Thanks Zam.

    If that's the case, Mark, I presume you want to create a 1920x1080 image.
    In Vegas, after importing, you'l need to go into Pan and Crop pf each clip,
    Select 16:9 Widescreen in the template box at the top of the dialog
    Then move the dotted line around until you get the crop you want.
    You will, of course, lose the top and/or bottom of the image, but that's inevitvble unless you vertically squash the image.
    Tim

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    1920 X 1440?? not come across that before are you sure?

    1920 X 1080 or 1440 X 1080 or 1280 X 720

    You have five different video resolution options with the original HD HERO camera: (website)

    • 1080p = 1920x1080 pixels (16:9)
    • 960p = 1280x960 pixels (4:3)
    • 720p = 1280x720 pixels (16:9) @ 60FPS
    • 720p = 1280x720 pixels (16:9)
    • WVGA = 848x480 pixels (16:9)

    The camera records in MPEG4 (.mp4) files using h.264 compression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z Cheema View Post
    1920 X 1440?? not come across that before are you sure?
    This guy seems well informed. http://abekislevitz.com/understanding-your-new-gopro/
    Surprised me as well.
    Tim

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