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Edge_DNA
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Incorrect Aspect Ratio on Exported Videos

by Edge_DNA » Wed Oct 07, 2015 3:29 pm

Hi all I have a couple questions.

I recently updated to Windows 10 and did a clean install of AVP 2.2 and APG 4.2. I reviewed all my settings and in both programs they are the same, but yet whenever I export, my videos have a pixel aspect ratio of 0.8889, when my previous videos before install had a pixel aspect ratio of 1. Has anyone else experienced this or have any ideas on how to fix it?

Also, I wanted to know what tools people find best for fine tuning stitched areas (feathering/blending edges). Right now I am just setting the types of blending that I want (iso, smart, etc.), but I really want to hone in on those areas and make adjustments manually. Is there anyway to do this in Giga? If not, what other programs do you recommend? I hear that Lightroom is a pretty good option. Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!

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Re: Incorrect Aspect Ratio on Exported Videos

by asenjil » Tue Oct 13, 2015 4:57 pm

I'm having the same aspect ratio problem, I guess it comes from autopano giga 4.2. Instead of setting a 2:1 proportion the final output is 2:1 less one raw of pixels eg: 2000:999. I'm using 3 fisheye 180 lenses and I have no idea why does it happen.

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Re: Incorrect Aspect Ratio on Exported Videos

by talkingdog » Mon Oct 19, 2015 9:30 pm

aspect ratio problem was a bug in AVP 2.2.1


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