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    another widescreen question, i havent found the answer for this yet so here it goes. on my dvd-cam, u have to click the the "vr_manager" as shown in the picture, and it will u show you the footage in widescreen which i shot it in, but when i click the actually footage file to watch it "vr_movie", it shows up in 4:3 all stretched, and all those converter programs only take the vr_movie to convert so premiere will accept it, someone please point me in the right direction so i can get this footage to 16:9 again, so i can edit it the was it was ment to be seen
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    Hi,

    Start premiere and create a 16:9 project. import the footage and right click it, then choose interpret footage, then half way down the box that opens you can choose conform then the aspect you require from the drop down box.
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