When importing a video from an old DV camera, I have many sequences in 720x576 / 25ips ... When I open these video in CC I get a black border on the right side of the video, about 15 px wide. I am not able to understand where it comes from as long as when I read the sequence in either VLC or other players, I don't have this black border on the right side. It's old video format (.VOB) from an old camera writing on small DVD.
I wasn't having this issue with previous version (CS6). So maybe you could help me to understand what's the issue in CC ?
Here you can see the black border issue on the right of the video. This do not appear when you read it through any media players or on a DVD player... Which I find curious anyway.
I tried to just change the way I manage my video, centering it by moving the anchor point to the true video middle and the scale of the visible part is correct. What I just dont understand is why I have this ugly black part on the right...
If you have any clue...
OK, the problem is the clip isn't actually 720 x 576, it's 704 x 576. PP is filling in the missing pixels with black. You can get rid of it by manually creating a custom sequence with the correct dimensions.
The larger issue is why is the clip 704? While that is a part of the DVD spec, it isn't common to actually use it. 720 is the norm.
Creating a 704x576 sequence will not do it. You still end up with a small black bar.
I think its the PAR used when this mpeg was made. Probaly different from the PAR Premiere now uses.
I would stick to 720x576 and scale it a bit up.
Scale it up to 102% and move it a slightly to the right.
You can do that when you have finish editing by nesting the whole sequence.