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Thread: widescreen or standard?

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    Default widescreen or standard?

    well ill get right to the point. is widescreen 16:9 better then standard 4:3?



    thank you in advance
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    "better"... is a relative notion
    16:9 is more "film look", but more difficult to edit, for compatibility reasons.
    4:3 is the "TV look" and that's why most amateurs think switching to 16:9 (even if it's letterbox) will help their productions look more professional.

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    I prefer to use a new standard called 2:76 - ultra narrowscreen

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    send me a sample video

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Thorpe
    I prefer to use a new standard called 2:76 - ultra narrowscreen
    That brought a smile to my otherwise tedious day

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    made me giggle too

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    What?

    It was invented for the purpose of filming skyscrapers, crayons and parsnips.

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