Help with native 16:9

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by stereo guy, Jun 12, 2006.

  1. stereo guy

    stereo guy Guest

    My camera, the Canon XL2 is native 16:9 widescreen as you may know.
    Meaning, instead of the DV standard of 720x480 and then use elongated
    1.2 wide pixels to achieve the
    16:9 ratio, as takes place in other cameras, its resolution is 869x480
    with square pixels. True 16:9.

    I want to import and edit in post production the native size. I cannot
    find anywhere in Final Cut Studio Express that it can be customized to
    work in this aspect ration. Everything I see suggests 720x480. Do I
    need Final Cut Pro instead or am I just SOL? Or are there better
    options for post production without sacraficing quality?

    I would appreciate any help I can get.
    stereo guy, Jun 12, 2006
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