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Windows 7: Resize 1080p vids to 768p?

28 Apr 2010   #21


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cclloyd9785 View Post
Im watching the movies through VLC and WMP. Formats are avi, m2ts, mkv, and mp4. And I have the Adobe Master Collection CS4 if that has any of the software in it.
hi ccllloyd,
try using "Any Video Converter" free and powerful software to convert/edit video.

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28 Apr 2010   #22

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Just to add a small two pennyworth here. The old 8mm film camera took each frome as a complete picture whereas a modern digital camcorder although purporting to record at either 25 fps or 30 fps does in fact record somthing like 75 fps and proportionately higher fo NTSC areas. So it can mean that when you take a screenshot of a video clip you could easily pick up one of the "interim" frames which is a sort of transition between two main frames. To solve this always take two or three still captures and pick the best one. Save if possible to either BMP or Tiff at first so that the image is not compressed thereby loosing quality. If after any editing you may wish to do the file size is too big for what you need then save to a jpeg at varying qualities to see which suits you best. The better the quality the bigger the file size. To make things really easy, use a good video editor that will allow movement of frames on a timeline one at a time then you can get exactly what you want. Bear in mind that still images from a camcorder will never be as good as from a dedicated still camera. The best you can normally get from a camcorder is 1920 x 1080px whereas a moderate DSLR will give you at least 3648 x 2736 px.
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28 Apr 2010   #23

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

unless you have a a 4K res Red One Camcorder. :)
4520 x 2540

What mitchell is saying is that some video is interlaced and you may capture only half of the image.
NTSC can be 60i or 30P, 60i is an interlaced format drawing the image on the screen using even and odd scanlines. It will draw 30 even line and then 30 odd lines.
When you do a frame capture of an interlaced image, you can de-interlace it so that it looks correct.
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