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Posts: 6
Registered: 14.03.2009
25.04.09 06:18:04
My source video is in .vob format with 720x480 resolution, and looks fine in the preview window after importing. But when I try to save the movie in NTSC DVD mpeg format with 720x480 resolution, it saves with the video stretched vertically and black bars down both sides (looks like maybe 640x480). It seems like a software problem to me, because I tried different videos that were in 720x480 and it does it consistently when I try to save the movie. Is there a fix for this?
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
27.04.09 23:06:52
To: robertbmagee

Please could you send us your source file for testing. I will contact you shortly.

Best regards
Posts: 41
Registered: 15.12.2009
19.12.09 08:22:44
To: nadin

If this resolved? I have the same problem ;/
Posts: 41
Registered: 15.12.2009
21.12.09 03:19:35
I import 720x480 video clip and saving with the same resolution and I have horizontal black bars!
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
21.12.09 04:59:54
To: markac

What you need to do, is click 4:3 aspect button in the top toolbar of the program. In this case when you save the movie choosing the same resolution no black bars should appear.

Regards
Posts: 41
Registered: 15.12.2009
21.12.09 12:53:54
To: nadin
4:3 is set by default. I testing both aspect ratio. Not changes.
Posts: 41
Registered: 15.12.2009
21.12.09 13:03:11
I don't have idea ;/ I must have working software. Other users have the sames problems.
Tray it self. Full screen not working because clip have black bars. This is not work! See attachment.
Preview video and output video is wrong.
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Posts: 41
Registered: 15.12.2009
23.12.09 05:59:19
To: markac
When you fix this bug? I want bought this software. Adobe Premiere Elements is to slow and output video is pixelized...
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
24.12.09 00:21:20
To: markac

In order to be able to apply effects and other changes to a video correctly in AVS Video Editor, the aspect of the video imported must be pre-determined, i.e. either 4:3 or 16:9 must be set. This is the principle according to which the program currently works. If the aspect was left as is during preview, after making changes when saving the movie certain distortions could have taken place.

As your AVI video has 720x480 resolution (3:2) and 4:3 is set in the program, mattes are added to it, otherwise the picture would be stretched vertically. The only way to get rid of the mattes in this case is to zoom the picture, but this way the right and left sides are cropped.

This is not a bug, rather a drawback. I will report it to our developers. They'll do their best to consider optimizing the program functionality in future.

Best regards
Posts: 41
Registered: 15.12.2009
24.12.09 03:49:27
To: nadin
Thanks for reply. Now it is clear... I've been waiting for this new feature. This software is great. Can you estminate, how long we must waiting for this feature?

Merry christmas :)
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
25.12.09 01:27:22
markac:
Can you estminate, how long we must waiting for this feature?
At the moment it's hard to say.. I will report as soon as there are any news from our developers.

Warm greetings and best wishes for Christmas and the New Year!
Posts: 41
Registered: 15.12.2009
16.03.10 12:23:06
To: nadin

What is progress? :)
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
18.03.10 00:09:24
To: markac

In April we are planning to release the new version of AVS Video Editor. Hopefully, the problem will get corrected then.

Kind regards
Posts: 1
Registered: 18.03.2010
18.03.10 08:04:22
Same problem but reversed:

My original QT file is 720 x 480, but is stretched to 16 x 9 after conversion to flash. What gives?
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
19.03.10 03:57:50
To: bajaskier

Could you specify which program you are using and which version.
Specify the exact output preset selected.
Posts: 3
Registered: 01.06.2010
01.06.10 11:46:11
Video Editor and DVD Authoring both add black borders around my video that I do not want. What tool can I use to crop out those black borders or disable them all together? Very strange.. I don't know why anyone would want those black borders, it looks horrible when viewed on a television.
Nat
Posts: 2364
Registered: 03.07.2008
02.06.10 03:36:49
To: Zero187

Please refer to post #8933 to find an answer to your question.
We are sorry for the inconveniences, but we'll try to do our best to consider optimizing the program functionality in future.
Regards
Posts: 14
Registered: 28.12.2009
15.06.10 11:10:09
To: Nat


I have this problem of getting the black boxes with not only AVS software but also Microsoft editing software. I solved the problem by saving the output file as 640 X 480 and then burning that file to DVD and the black bars are gone. Works every time on the AVS and Microsoft software.
Posts: 1
Registered: 07.05.2010
07.05.10 04:48:06
Hi,
I am using Video Editor 4.2.1.179.
I have several HD-MOVs with resolution 1280*720 and I am putting them together in one single AVI with MPEG4 compression. I have modified the Profile "Video: MPEG4 (DivX, XvID, 15000kbps, Audio: MP3, 192 kbps) from resultion 640*480 to resolution 1280*720 (same as the original).

My problem is, that the result (and even the preview) shows a large black frame even in full screen mode. The original video exactly fits my screen as it has the same resolution as my display.

I have checked all posible settings and I have no clue at all why the resulting video has a smaller resolution than the original.

I have attached a small original video and another which came out of the Video Editor.

Please help!
Jo
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Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
12.05.10 05:37:20
To: fischerlinden

Hello,

Sorry for the late answer.

Could you please specify which aspect is selected for your video project in AVS Video Editor? See 4:3 and 16:9 buttons in the top toolbar. There should be 16:9 as your HD-mov has 16:9 aspect ratio.

Also, I would recommend you to save you video to the profile HD Video 720p instead of Video: MPEG4 (DivX, XvID, 15000kbps, Audio: MP3, 192 kbps. It arleady has the resolution you need and you can keep HD quality of your original video.

I hope it helps.

Regards.
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