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Posts: 3
Registered: 20.05.2019
20.05.19 17:50:12
Hi,

I have a video that was originally shot in 4:3. Afterwards, it was stretched to 16:9 (that's how it was when I got it). I'm trying to convert it back to 4:3 -- without having black bars around it. Can AVS video converter do that? Thanks in advance.
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Posts: 215
Registered: 08.09.2009
21.05.19 07:14:42
To: joe.b

It depends on how the second file was created. Please give us the second video file (16:9, with black bars)...
Posts: 3
Registered: 20.05.2019
22.05.19 11:27:27
To: RomanN


Hi Roman,

To clarify, I understand that when I convert it back to 4:3, it may have to have black bars on the sides. I'm okay with that. I just don't want to have black on the top and bottom too.

It's 25 Mb -- too big to attach here, so I'm sending just a short clip.
Attached files:
2354.23 KB
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Posts: 215
Registered: 08.09.2009
23.05.19 15:21:02
To: joe.b

Here's what you need.

Input file:
Frame size 1280x720

Output file:
Frame size 960x720
Aspect correction -> Input Video Aspect Correction -> 4:3
Attached files:
2269.99 KB
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Registered: 20.05.2019
25.05.19 01:37:02
To: RomanN


Thank you very much!
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