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Steve Mullins
Exporting 16x9 as 16x9 FHA
on Oct 15, 2013 at 1:55:21 pm

I have a Music Video that needs to be sent to the broadcaster meeting their spec.

Thing is, they want AP 422 HQ at 1920x1080p - 16x9 FHA - sure if its squished up to FHA this wouldn't be 16x9 ?

How / what settings do I need to do to export a 1920x1080p as 16x9 FHA within FCP7 or MPEG Streamclip (which has all the below option bar a 'anamorphic' option).

There is a 1080p AP 422 HQ Easy Set up with Anamorphic?

Heres their spec

Wrapper
ProRes 422 HQ
File Format
MOV (QuickTime)
Video Codec
ProRes 422 HQ
High Quality
Video Bit-Rate
N/A
Video Frame Size
1920 x 1080
Aspect Ratio
16:9 FHA
Frame Rate
25
Profile@Level
N/A
Chroma Subsampling
4:2:2
GOP Structure
N/A
Field Dominance
Interlaced
Top Field First
Audio Codec
PCM
Audio Bit-Rate
N/A
Audio Sampling Rate
48 kHz
Audio Sample Size
24 bit
Channel Mode
2Ch Stereo


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Shane Ross
Re: Exporting 16x9 as 16x9 FHA
on Oct 15, 2013 at 5:10:57 pm

That spec makes ZERO sense. If the delivery was SD...it would, because SD is 4:3 only. So you either letterbox or squeeze...FHA. Except in the case of PAL, where even SD is 16:9.

HD is not anamorphic...it is 16:9, period. Why someone is asking for 16:9 FHA 1920x1080...befuddles me.

I guess you can make it 1440x1080....that's 4:3.

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Michael Gissing
Re: Exporting 16x9 as 16x9 FHA
on Oct 16, 2013 at 1:54:08 am

Perhaps what they mean is they want the 16:9 to be without letterboxing to create a wider frame than 16:9. However the terminology is wrong. FHA specifically means anamorphic format which is not required when pixels are 1920 x 1080 and 16:9 already with square pixel.

Better check that they do just want 1920 x 1080 16:9 square pixel.


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