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Unformatted text preview: Frame Size Chart for Creating Graphics Use the chart below to determine the frame size you need for creating graphics. For example, if you’re working in D‘v' PAL {which has a frame size of Hi} x S?fi].vour graphic should have a frame size of 3’63 x srs to look correct on an SD video monitor. If you are using The video sequence Use graphics this format frame size is with this frame size CCIFI 15011 NTSC 4:3 Hi} 1: 435 Hi] 3: 54? CCIHfifl'I N'I'SC 16:9 Hfixdfifi 353x436 anamorphic [W NT'SC 4:3 HD x 430 TIE] x 540 [W NTSC 16:? Hfixdfifl flSExdE-D anamorphic CCIFI fifl'lfD‘rI' PAL 43 Hi} 1: 5?fi- T153 .1: 535 CCIH fiflifD‘J PAL 15:9 HD 1: 5?l5 10'24 x STE anamorphic Flflp HD RBI] 3: T20 123i] 2:: T20 1030i or 1030p HD 1923 x ”IDS-D 192i] 3: iflBfl ‘ Refers to lTU—R BTfifli important: Final Cut Pro uses slightly different -pixel image dimensions than other video and still-image applications. For the most accurate results, you can avoid creating and converting square-pixel images by using a graphics application that supports non-sq uare pixel aspect ratiosThese applications allow you to create and preview your graphics at their native resolution. Pixel Aspect Ratios in SD l.lideo Signals Versus Computer Displays SD video images use pixels with a non-square {rectangular} aspect ratio, whereas computer displays represent images using a grid of pixels with a square aspect ratio. Non-sq uare pixels Square pixels Digital HTSC video Computer dispiav ...
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