Search the help file for
pixel aspect ratio
to find out what the 1.333 means
Did you do this to match your video to your sequence?
See 2nd post for picture of NEW ITEM process http://forums.adobe.com/message/3776153
-and a FAQ on sequence setting http://forums.adobe.com/message/3804341
Also, The tutorial list in message #3 http://forums.adobe.com/message/2276578 may help
When you created the sequence you apparently chose an HDV preset. When you see 1.333 it means that your pixels are not square. Since yours probably are square (1920X1080 uses square pixels) then you need a sequence to match.
As it says in the links John posted, drag and drop the media on the "New Item" button and it will create the perfect sequence for your footage. Then delete the media on the timeline and go get the other timeline. Lasso the entire thing, Ctrl-c to copy, then in the new sequence, Ctrl-v to paste.
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Which camera did the footage come from? And what settings were used.
That will determine if your seqeunce setting is correct or not.
If your footage is indeed 1920x1080 and the setting is 1440x1080 it will have no impact on the dvd.
Thanks for that. Very appreciative
Thanks for th information...ver yhelpful
What will happen to the final exported product if the settings are 1440 by 1080 and the footage is 1920x1080. Will it make a difference if viewed on the vimeo or you tube. Will there be a lack of syncing of the video and audio?
I didn't really know what happens when you stick 1920X1080 on to a 1440X1080 sequence. So I just tried it in CS6.
As far as I can tell, you may lose a little quality when you export back to 1920X1080, but not too bad. It depends on your footage of course.
But if you cram 1920 into 1440, it isn't good. It just doesn't seem to be terrible.
I don't see any audio related issues at all.
Keep in mind that you do not want to export to 1440X1080 because many players do not recognize that you have squished your pixels.