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Is it possible in FCP to stretch certain parts of the screen only?


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I just recently switched my letterbox 4:3 footage to anamorphic 16:9. I put the distort to 33.33 and expanded the image (video) to cut off the black bars. However, being that the 4:3 letterbox version only really had the footage probably alittle different then 16:9, theres still two little black bars sticking on the left and right of the video. I dont want to stretch the whole image because then the characters turn out alittle bulkier. I was wondering if I could just spread a certain part of the image (probably the parts right next to the ends) and just expand those. Would somebody know how to do this?
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