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    I use Movie Studio 8.0 to Edit my Videos and it is good for all my needs.

    I made a lot of JPG Images 854x480 Pixels.
    They are Widescreen and I am going to be Ading my Voice Over and then Render As Widescreen.

    But I need some help understanding something?

    I go to Render As and for the Format I Picked .AVI and for the Template I Picked NTSC DV because I am in the USA.

    Then I go into the Custom Setting for the NTSC DV Template.
    Under Pixel Ratio I have it set to 1.2121 Widescreen.

    But under Frame Size it says NTSC DV and I click the Dropdown Arrow and Pick Custom.
    Then 720x480 goes in the Box.

    I give my Template a name and save it.

    Now it takes me back out to my Render As window.
    So I pick my new Template Name I just made.
    But just to see if it kept all of my settings I click on the Custom Tab for my new Template I made.
    And the Pixel Ratio stays 1.2121 but under Frame Size it did not keep my Custom Size 720x480.
    It put back in the Box NTSC DV?

    Why?

    Thanks for the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biferi View Post
    I use Movie Studio 8.0 to Edit my Videos and it is good for all my needs.

    I made a lot of JPG Images 854x480 Pixels.
    They are Widescreen and I am going to be Ading my Voice Over and then Render As Widescreen.

    But I need some help understanding something?

    I go to Render As and for the Format I Picked .AVI and for the Template I Picked NTSC DV because I am in the USA.

    Then I go into the Custom Setting for the NTSC DV Template.
    Under Pixel Ratio I have it set to 1.2121 Widescreen.

    But under Frame Size it says NTSC DV and I click the Dropdown Arrow and Pick Custom.
    Then 720x480 goes in the Box.

    I give my Template a name and save it.

    Now it takes me back out to my Render As window.
    So I pick my new Template Name I just made.
    But just to see if it kept all of my settings I click on the Custom Tab for my new Template I made.
    And the Pixel Ratio stays 1.2121 but under Frame Size it did not keep my Custom Size 720x480.
    It put back in the Box NTSC DV?

    Why?

    Thanks for the time.
    Because NTSC DV = 720 480
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    Thanks for the help but I don't think I asked in the Right way.

    First off I know NTSC is the standard for the USA.
    But am I Right that NTSC DV means
    It will take the Analog Video witch is NTSC and convert it to a Digital Representation do I have just this Right??

    And I know the Format .AVI does not support Widescreen Pixel Ratios.
    But I have to Pick the Format .AVI so I can pick the Template NTSC DV.

    So is NTSC DV the Exception to the Rule?

    Does the Format .AVI and the Template it has NTSC DV support Widescreen?


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    Quote Originally Posted by biferi View Post
    Thanks for the help but I don't think I asked in the Right way.
    First off I know NTSC is the standard for the USA.
    But am I Right that NTSC DV means
    It will take the Analog Video witch is NTSC and convert it to a Digital Representation do I have just this Right??
    IS your source analogue? If yes, then your statement is true.

    Quote Originally Posted by biferi View Post
    And I know the Format .AVI does not support Widescreen Pixel Ratios.
    As far as I know, .AVI does support widescreen ratios though.

    Quote Originally Posted by biferi View Post
    But I have to Pick the Format .AVI so I can pick the Template NTSC DV.
    That may be but you can always manually create the settings that the NTSC DV template describes with other video containers.
    Quote Originally Posted by biferi View Post
    So is NTSC DV the Exception to the Rule?
    Like I said, as far as I know the codecs that can be stored within an .AVI format do support 1.2121 PAR(Pixel Aspect Ratio). With the other templates you will just have to adjust your PAR manually.

    Quote Originally Posted by biferi View Post
    Does the Format .AVI and the Template it has NTSC DV support Widescreen?
    Yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapes View Post
    As far as I know, .AVI does support widescreen ratios though.
    Like I said, as far as I know the codecs that can be stored within an .AVI format do support 1.2121 PAR(Pixel Aspect Ratio). With the other templates you will just have to adjust your PAR manually.
    Absolutely they do. Though it has been known for some decoders not to recognise the widescreen bit.
    Tim

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