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Exporting to DVCPro Full HD Issue

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Oct 31, 2018

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Hello everybody.  I am working on a series of video debates and somehow a tv channel want to transmit it.  The issue is that they asking the render to be DVCPro QuickTime.  I am editing on Premiere CC 2018 on a windows pc.  When I Select DVCPro as the Codec for my render, the presets listed are none full HD.  I tried to customize the resolution output but the text fields for doing that are somehow disabled.  The biggest resolution I can render with DVCPro is 1280 x 1080 but the tv channel are asking to be full HD.  Does anyone know how can I solve it?

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Exporting to DVCPro Full HD Issue

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Hello everybody.  I am working on a series of video debates and somehow a tv channel want to transmit it.  The issue is that they asking the render to be DVCPro QuickTime.  I am editing on Premiere CC 2018 on a windows pc.  When I Select DVCPro as the Codec for my render, the presets listed are none full HD.  I tried to customize the resolution output but the text fields for doing that are somehow disabled.  The biggest resolution I can render with DVCPro is 1280 x 1080 but the tv channel are asking to be full HD.  Does anyone know how can I solve it?

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The problem that the DCPRO HD codec uses an anamorphic pixel, so you will see that its dimension is 1440x1080 pixels, but when using an anamorphic pixel, it is the same as 1920x1080 (square pixel)

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DVC Pro HD is 1280 x 1080. HDV is 1440 X 1080. You should be OK at 1280 X 1080. Do they need it on digital tape?

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