If you are using a project setting that will match your AVCHD video, this project will be 1920x1080, which is 16:9 widescreen.
Your photos are like 4:3 -- NOT widescreen.
So the only way to display your photos in that video are either to a) Have the photos appear completely but with black along the sides because they won't completely fill the frame from side to side, or b) Have them fill the screen but have a little of the bottom or top of each photo cut off.
Which option would you prefer?
Thanks for your answer.
I prefer 4:3. In this way I'm sure to see the whole picture. Which "Projekteinstellung" I have to select?
and the pictures from the camera Nikon D90 have 3:2.
If you force your project to use a 4:3 frame, then your video will not fill the frame.
Because your video is 16:9 and your photos are 4:3, you have a choice of either the video not filling the frame or the photos not filling the frame -- or one or the other filling the frame but with either the top or sides trimmed off.
Which would you prefer -- the video not filling the frame or the photos not filling the frame, or one or the other being cropped slightly in order to fill the frame from side to side or top to bottom?
V1 for pictures: when i choose 4:3 (with photos 3:2) then the photos will not filling the frame but i will see the whole picture. Correct?
V1 for videos: when i choose 4:3 then the video will not filling the frame but i will see the whole video. Correct?
V2 for pictures: when i choose 16:9 (with photos 3:2 then the photos will filling the frame but i will not see the whole picture. Correct?
V2 for videos: when i choose 16:9 then the video will filling the frame and i will see the whole video. Correct?
In this case I prefere V1.