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    exporting 720x405 but getting 720x406
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    i export WMV files because the content I am producing is for the web. I shoot on a sony VX2000 in its 16x9 mode.

    Here are my Premiere Pro 1.5 Transcode Settings that I use...

    File: Export: "Adobe Media Encoder"

    Format: Windows Media

    under "Summary" I go to the "Audiences" tab,

    I start with the "Corporate LAN or cable modem/DSL (256Kbps)" preset, then I set the following...

    Frame Rate : Same as source
    Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels (1.0)
    Frame Width: 720
    Frame Height : 405

    Here's the dilema...
    when i play back the video in either WMPlayer or Divx and do a right click properties on it, the video aspect ratio info says "720x406" instead of 720x405. It's still 1:77:1, but having that 406 show up when I specifically set it for a 405 heigth is driving me crazy. If anyone knows whats up with that let me know,

    Thanks,
    AAA


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    Since the cropping must be done by a whole number of pixels on both the top and bottom, you can get either 404 or 406 but not 405.


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    BRILLIANT...

    man i can't tell you how glad that makes me feel. Much Appreciation!


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    Your very welcome.


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