[Cin] actually, added few more formats to theme.C
Terje J. Hanssen
terjejhanssen at gmail.com
Fri Nov 13 03:28:55 CET 2020
Den 12.11.2020 22:04, skrev Andrew Randrianasulu via Cin:
> В сообщении от Thursday 12 November 2020 21:41:47 Terje J. Hanssen via Cin написал(а):
>>>> In case you have not seen it, the replies to my related mail request on
>>>> the old CinCVS mail list might have some more information:
>>> Yes, I see
>>> this one not very encouraging:
>>> Note that Cinelerra does two tasks: render and display.
>>> To render, Cinelerra treats the 1440:1080 as square pixels. This is not
>>> optimal if something you render has both horizontal and vertical extent, but
>>> is driven by only one parameter, like the radius of the radial grandient, a
>>> radial blur, or the 'feather' radius of the masks. Such things will turn into
>>> ellipses because:
>>> To display, Cinelerra simply stretches the available pixels to 16:9 ratio.
>>> -- Hannes
>>> this question of you was left w/o answer, at least it was off-thread.
>>> For captured HDV and SD DV footages it looks like Cinelerra automatically
>>> takes care of scaling. What doesn't look quite clear for me yet, is what
>>> has to be done in Cinelerra for in cam downconverted HDV to anamorphic DV?
>>> I'll use search and try to read code a bit more.
>>> I think I found manual on how to mix DV and HDV in same project in Cinelerra, but it was involving manual scaling?
>>> ah, no, it has no specific mention of HDV in this section, but our problem is indeed those non-square pixels, and how to paint over them ....
>> I found another, related mail thread (2016):
>> [CinCV TNG] Create 16x9 video from 4x3 sources
> Thanks, according to this thread same DVD disk may look different on different players/TV/monitors ...
> My friend said some of those display devices may have their own fine controls for scaling (on-screen menu?).
> But I only have this monitor (1440x900 it says IPS LED LG on front and "Manufacturer: GSM Model: 5b01 Serial#: 5886" in X.log) as my viewing device (I have older CRT monitors, Samsung SyncMaster 550b, but for now I prefer not to unplug vga cable too much - it sometimes loose red and blue signals, so I prefer not to strain it more)
I happend to search yet a couple of related mail topics from the past
CinCVS, and complement them here as references:
[CinCVS] 16:9 from 4:3 ??
[CinCVS] Compositor stretching 16:9
Terje J. H
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