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    What's the best ratio to use when converting?
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    I've converted to a quicktime file with a ratio of 240x320. I was just curious what everybody else is using, since this is my first time.


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    480 x 250 over here....

    Marlon, do you mean 320 (width) x 240 (height)?


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    I don't know. I think it's 320 height and 240 width.


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    Do you still check the "constrain the aspect ratio" box to 16x9? No matter what?

    This might be a dumb question, but I shot in "squeeze" mode on the DVX, so where does the 16x9 ratio that they requested actually come in to play? I thought it was when you converted the file.
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    I'm not familiar with the squeeze mode on the DVX.
    But your resolution will look like a box (see below), not 16:9

    Unless you stretch it or crop it.

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    Okay, so what exactly do they mean when they say 16x9 or 2.35? When does that come into play?


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    For example, my aspect ratio is widescreen. (480 by 250)

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    Quote Originally Posted by leenewton View Post
    Okay, so what exactly do they mean when they say 16x9 or 2.35? When does that come into play?
    This will explain it...
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspect_ratio_(image)


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    I exported 720x405

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