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    When one is film editing and one rotates 90 degrees to get it the right way up. There two large black section to the left and right. How do I get rid of these? Also what are the specific dimensions for youtube? Hope that makes sense many thanks for any help.
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    One must change the aspect ratio.

    For YouTube, ideally you want a video in the 16:9 aspect ratio, which is your standard widescreen format. A lot of videos are in the 3:2 format though (think non-widescreen monitors and non-widescreen TVs), so if your footage is in that format it won't look too out of place.

    In terms of resolution, the higher the better. YouTube will take and stream Hi-def video. Otherwise, you want it in 320p (just under half that of hi-def).
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    (Original post by lareneg)
    One must change the aspect ratio.

    For YouTube, ideally you want a video in the 16:9 aspect ratio, which is your standard widescreen format. A lot of videos are in the 3:2 format though (think non-widescreen monitors and non-widescreen TVs), so if your footage is in that format it won't look too out of place.

    In terms of resolution, the higher the better. YouTube will take and stream Hi-def video. Otherwise, you want it in 320p (just under half that of hi-def).
    480p please!
 
 
 
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