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Aspect Ratio incorrect for Video Preview. #835

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trosanelli opened this issue Aug 13, 2017 · 8 comments
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Aspect Ratio incorrect for Video Preview. #835

trosanelli opened this issue Aug 13, 2017 · 8 comments

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@trosanelli
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@trosanelli trosanelli commented Aug 13, 2017

System Details:

  • Operating System / Distro: ? Ubuntu 17.04
  • OpenShot Version: ? 2.3.4
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Issue Description and steps to reproduce:
I set the video profile to HD 1080p 25 fps. I place my videos clips in the project file. The video clips are a .MTS format. When I add them to the track or preview them from the project files. The video is elongated like the aspect ratio is off.

@DylanC
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@DylanC DylanC commented Nov 10, 2017

@trosanelli - Any luck with the latest daily builds?

@vitaly-zdanevich
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@vitaly-zdanevich vitaly-zdanevich commented Nov 11, 2017

The same for me too, mpeg video. You can get example file here
https://cloud.mail.ru/public/4ksS/zt6oPGPaH

@trosanelli
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@trosanelli trosanelli commented Nov 11, 2017

DylanC - I was unaware of the daily builds. I will try it out and let you know.

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@DylanC DylanC commented Nov 24, 2017

@trosanelli - Thanks. Do let us know.

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@trosanelli trosanelli commented Nov 28, 2017

@DylanC - I just checked it with the daily build and still does the same thing. I was using Openshot 1.4.3 and it worked fine when I upgraded to the current version I started having the problems.

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@DylanC DylanC commented Nov 29, 2017

@trosanelli - No problem. Thanks for the feedback.

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@Jade123456789 Jade123456789 commented Oct 17, 2018

In the Mac version of OpenShot 2.4.3 this is still a problem. With Handbrake I converted a DVD to mp4 files. The source was 720x576 25 fps and the target became 720p30. In VLC Player it looks normal, but in OpenShot it is vertical stretched in the preview. After exporting and playing in VLC Player it is also stretched. If I look at the file properties the width x height is 704 x 576 and the aspect ration is 704 x 405.

Now I don't know if I fixed it, but by right clicking the clip on the track and changing the layout to "show all (distort)" it looks better. Exporting and playing in VLC player also looks okay. There's also an option "show all (maintain ratio)"

If I look at scale properties to the left "distort" is "stretch" and "maintain" is "best fit". I think these properties are mistakenly swapped?

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@stale stale bot commented Oct 27, 2020

Thank you so much for submitting an issue to help improve OpenShot Video Editor. We are sorry about this, but this particular issue has gone unnoticed for quite some time. To help keep the OpenShot GitHub Issue Tracker organized and focused, we must ensure that every issue is correctly labelled and triaged, to get the proper attention.
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