I am trying to find best solution how to do it. My project is slideshow with scaled JPEG images and some video clips from DSLR camera Canon T3i.
I know that video is 16:9 (1920x1080, 29.97fr) ratio and my output should be 4:3 ratio. With this I can deal with no problems, because is just few clips. My conclusion is: How to deal with PAL SD 4:3 ( 720x576, 25fr) ratio and NTSC SD 4:3 (720x480, 29.97fr) and a lot of images. What sequence settings I should use for the project? What I can think: start with DV PAL after everything is done put in DV NTSC sequence and scale it? Any other thoughts, please?
Thank you, Art
I was recently faced with a problem on an HD NTSC video that I videoed and produced. The customer wanted a DVD that relatives over in Germany could view. My concern was how to produce and test a PAL version. My good friend Harm advised me that any DVD player in Pal-land has the capability of playing NTSC DVD video disks! It worked fine.
Thanks a lot Bill. It is very helpful info. I never ever deal before with this, but always is the first time.
I will double check with my friends overseas, what kind of player they will be using.