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Black Outline When Editing?


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I encountered a problem while editing. Until the last two weeks, everything was fine but now all my videos that I edit have a small black border around them. This could be something I changed as I did change some settings to adapt to pictures and overlays (the settings where production settings>default handling for non 16:9 sources>fill screen/show entire source. I flick through both these settings and none seem to work). This never happened before. I'll attach a pic of a production with the black border. Thanks

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The issue is your Source in anamorphic, meaning a non-16:9 picture pasted into a 16:9 container :huh:

 

The "Fill Frame" & "Show all" ONLY apply to 4:3 source...

 

Personally, I would ignore, no one will notice but the anal retentive, who don't even understand aspect ratios :lol:

 

Or you will have to use a Color Panel on the Video Track & add your clip as an Overlay... Then you can tinker with the size to fill the width BUT you will loose (crop) from the Top & Bottom ;)

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I guess I'll have to ignore it for now. But what I don't understand is how this changed automatically? I haven't changed my set-up nor have I changed any settings on the console. I can even bring in clips from before this began to happen and they still dont have the black border around them, only the recent clips do?

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It would have to be a setting in your game console???

 

Also check the game to see what it says???

 

A good easy test is to use a DVD/BD Player with HDMI or Component output and slap a true 16:9 disc in it (check the label as I said 16:9 is mostly ignored by the studios).

 

You can see my DVD Cap is pretty obvious as it was a 4:3 that I made brought into a 16:9 Project.

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ok, so I checked the example above properties (frame width and frame height) which was 720x480. Then I check a previous video that had no problems and it was 1920x1080. Any idea how I would get it back to 1920x1080? Would it be a setting on the Xbox? or maybe a setting while capturing? It was the same game in both examples also.

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