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Much better on the caps :lol:

 

Your source file is not a true 16:9… Pretty common.

 

In VideoWave (Edit Video-Advanced) make sure you are set to Widescreen production then make sure you set File – Production Settings – Default handling for non-4:3 sources to Fill Screen.

 

Add your source… How does that work?

 

You can try it by setting it to Show Entire Source, but you need to delete the file you have and add it again to see the effect.

 

Do it once or twice to really make sure you see the difference between how the 2 handle the same clip. Then pick the one you like best.

 

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Much better on the caps :lol:

 

Your source file is not a true 16:9… Pretty common.

 

In VideoWave (Edit Video-Advanced) make sure you are set to Widescreen production then make sure you set File – Production Settings – Default handling for non-4:3 sources to Fill Screen.

 

Add your source… How does that work?

 

You can try it by setting it to Show Entire Source, but you need to delete the file you have and add it again to see the effect.

 

Do it once or twice to really make sure you see the difference between how the 2 handle the same clip. Then pick the one you like best.

 

 

that also cut some of the movie out is that the only way to do it

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that also cut some of the movie out is that the only way to do it

Yup! One other way…

 

You set up VW for a Widescreen project then add a Blank Panel to the Video Track. I use Black for color…

 

Stretch the right end of the panel so that it is as long or longer than your movie. (use the magnifiers with a plus and minus sign to shrink the timeline view so you don’t have to scroll for pages and pages)

 

Add the move to the Overview Track. You will see a red outline around it and drag handles.

 

Make it as big as you can without cropping and position it as needed.

 

Lastly adjust the Black panel end to match the end of the movie.

 

You will end up with a little black on the left and right, but it is the best you can do. Don’t be frustrated, if you rent any movies, including Blu-ray, you will find black bars are pretty common. The studios tend to shoot in a odd size that best fits their theater projectors and screens! Trivia - they distribute movies on Hard Disc Drives :huh:

 

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