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Windows 7: Resize 1080p vids to 768p?

21 Apr 2010   #1
cclloyd9785

Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Mac OS X 10.6.2 x64
 
 
Resize 1080p vids to 768p?

Is there a way I can resize my videos from 1080p to only 768p.

Reason being is that when watching 1080p vids, it consumes waay to many resources. But when watching 720p, its blurry. So i think that if i take a 1080p video and resize it to my resolution it will be clear without consuming a ton of resources.


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21 Apr 2010   #2
WalkerA WinTeam

Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) *** Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), OSX 10.6
 
 

Are you referring to streaming HD video? What file formats are we talking about here? Do you have any video editing software installed?

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Walker
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21 Apr 2010   #3
cclloyd9785

Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Mac OS X 10.6.2 x64
 
 

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.
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23 Apr 2010   #4
WalkerA WinTeam

Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) *** Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), OSX 10.6
 
 

Yep I believe you can do that in Premiere Pro... it should be a pretty basic operation. Not sure how though... anyone know for sure?

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23 Apr 2010   #5
cclloyd9785

Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Mac OS X 10.6.2 x64
 
 

I tried exporting it as H.264, and changed the horizontal value to 1366, but when i try to change the vertical value to 768 it says its invalid or something.
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23 Apr 2010   #6
WalkerA WinTeam

Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) *** Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), OSX 10.6
 
 

Yeah, Wikipedia mentions 1366x768 displays don't do 720p very well :/ I have one too, but I can change the resolution to 1280x720, which is what 720p plays in natively. Does the video still look blurry if you play it while in 1280x720 mode?

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Walker
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23 Apr 2010   #7
cclloyd9785

Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Mac OS X 10.6.2 x64
 
 

It helps it a bit, but still looks blurry. I always wondered why it said it has native support for 720p content, when it still looks blurry.
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23 Apr 2010   #8
WalkerA WinTeam

Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) *** Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), OSX 10.6
 
 

If you screenshot the error and post it on a Premiere Pro forum like this one, this one, or this one, you may get some better help...

Man... I am failing in two of your threads right now

Walker
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24 Apr 2010   #9
mitchell65

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

Here's my way round this problem. Download the very good and free video converter "Super" from here:
SUPER &copy
Make sure you don't download the advertised trial version of AVS converter. Look for the heading:
Current version SUPER v2010.build.37 (Jan 2, 2010)
and scroll down the specification till you come to
the screenshot below and click download. With Super you can convert virtually any video file to a huge choice of video formats.
Thing to remember is you won't improve on the original and the more you compress the file the more "lossy" it will become.
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24 Apr 2010   #10
WalkerA WinTeam

Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) *** Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), OSX 10.6
 
 

Thanks for the suggestion, mitchell65! I'm wondering if SUPER can adjust for resolution too? It looks like mainly a format conversion tool, which isn't really the issue here. But hey, it's free - can't hurt to try it out Michael!

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Walker
Windows Outreach Team
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