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  • Tue, Feb 14 2017 9:16 PM

    • markle77074
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    How do you downcovert a 4k video to an HD video?

    I tried changing the format to HD and doing a mixdown and I got a zoomed in and cropped image.

     

    How do you preserve the Frame Size and Aspect Ratio when changing formats from some 4k flavor to

    1080 HD?

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  • Wed, Feb 15 2017 7:18 PM In reply to

    • Tom Pearson
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    Re: How do you downcovert a 4k video to an HD video?

    Im Not in front of my AVID but as I recall you have to deselect the auto size feature

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  • Fri, Feb 17 2017 6:26 PM In reply to

    • markle77074
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    Re: How do you downcovert a 4k video to an HD video?

    I searced Auto Size in  help and it returned information on exporting files.

     

    I would like to keep it in the Avid Editing domain.  I wonder if this means changing from the DNxHR codec to DNxHD?

     

     

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  • Fri, Feb 24 2017 7:38 PM In reply to

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    Re: How do you downcovert a 4k video to an HD video?

    Does anyone at Avid know how to convert a 4k edit to an HD project and preserve the Screen size and aspect ratio?

    I have several machines. My latest is a zbook with maxed out processor, memory and video card running windows 8. [view my complete system specs]
  • Fri, Feb 24 2017 7:48 PM In reply to

    Re: How do you downcovert a 4k video to an HD video?

    If the sequence is is from 4K UHD format you switch the project to HD, Avid will reformat your clip. Each clip will contain a FX called FrameFlex.

     

    Right click the clip in the source and select Source Settings. From there you can change the FrameFlex parameters.

     

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  • Fri, Feb 24 2017 9:04 PM In reply to

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    Re: How do you downcovert a 4k video to an HD video?

    Thank you for that.

     

    I have been going through an edit and using the effect editor to stretch it out.

    It fixed my problem, but, I tried the size sliders ( to get different compositions)  and they don't seem to resize the video.

     

    I rendered it and it left a frame over the video in the right edit window but did not resize or recompose the shot.

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  • Fri, Nov 10 2017 9:49 AM In reply to

    • werick
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    Re: How do you downcovert a 4k video to an HD video?

    Good thing I saw this thread. I need to downcovert a 4k video for my new project.

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