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Getting Widescreen Videos On Youtube

Started by DededeCloneChris, November 12, 2011, 10:12:17 am

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DededeCloneChris

Quote from: CoasterKid93 on November 14, 2011, 11:15:31 am
As I said, you can always try cropping the video. There may be a reduction in quality, but you will still have the 16:9 view.
How do I crop video again?

Doodle

Quote from: PrinnyOnLowBudgetChris on November 14, 2011, 12:09:32 pm
How do I crop video again?

I just opened up windows movie maker and see an option for it right under project.
YEAH

DededeCloneChris

Quote from: Doodle on November 14, 2011, 01:40:14 pm
I just opened up windows movie maker and see an option for it right under project.
Been doing it for a while now, but that doesn't solve the issue that the video image is a box inside a widescreen setting.



Here's the example. Widescreen setting, image in a box.

Doodle

Apparently Sony Vegas does this, so you could always download the trial.
YEAH

DededeCloneChris

Quote from: Doodle on November 14, 2011, 04:33:29 pm
Apparently Sony Vegas does this, so you could always download the trial.
I...don't have good experience using Sony Vegas. The darn thing is a huge tutorial book with hundreds of options I don't even understand.

Chris8492

basically you're trying to expand the video, but you dont wanna expand after you record it because then expanding it after would make it a bit pixelized. The way my friend had it is he had his computer directly hooked to the output and it was being recorded to his laptop, but he set it so it would record wide screen on his laptop.

DededeCloneChris

Well, Sony Vegas 11 (Trial) helped me out, but I just hope the trial doesn't end.