this one is a little bit of a puzzle.
I've got 3 video streams from a friend in France, delivered in seperate audio/video streams (ac3 / m2v).
We 'marry' them together in Premiere to create an H264 MOV, with a 16:9 ratio of 768 x 432,
about a 2 meg / sec data rate, with MP3 audio @ 44.1 / 160kbps.
Once this is done, we letterbox them down to 640 x 480 with Sorenson Squeeze to flash FLV, compressing a 30 minute,
350 meg MOV to about half that sise in an FLV for web streaming.
At 640 x 480, the movies play quite nicely, letterboxed, but as soon as you go "full screen",
on any computer screen, they get very distorted, stretched horizontally way out of proportion.
We're using a licenced version of FLOWPLAYER to stream the FLASH files from a content server.
Would anyone have a clue as to how this full-screen playback could be controlled to
play proportionally to the video rez that's rendered in the flash file?
thanks for any feedback ...
Why are you letterboxing widescreen content? Just upload the 768 x 432.