05-22-2007, 04:08 PM #1
9x16 export in FCP. That's right 9x16
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- May 18, 2007
- Los Angeles, Salt Lake City
- Dual 2.7 G5, 1.5 MB RAM, FCP, AVID
I am currently working on a project for a client and he needs to display video in 9x16 format. That is not a mis-print -- 9x16. I am planning on shooting 16x9 and then rotating the frame counter clockwise in order to display in 9x16.
He is using a 42in display to show his footage "portrait" so we are able to see our host full screen.
To preface, I have never done this but I am worried about 2 things.
1. Can I rotate the image in FCP counter clockwise? If yes, how?
2. How do I export to 9x16? If yes, how?
P.S. I am encoding to mpeg 4 part 2
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