musicvid10 wrote on 8/5/2015, 6:19 PM
For internet stuff I do a lot of 9:5, which is easy enough to figure in your head.
Only 1% off from true 16:9.
john_dennis wrote on 12/18/2016, 2:20 PM

I'm going to bump this thread as I recently did two projects where I was cropping into 1080 and 4K source media and kept calculating 16x9 crops that were divisible by 8 on the theory that I could save a few artifacts in the encoding process.

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Musicvid wrote on 12/18/2016, 3:37 PM

Divisible by 2 should work fine nowadays.

That's an old thread you found!

3d87c4 wrote on 12/18/2016, 9:32 PM

I made an excel spreadsheet for that.


NickHope wrote on 12/18/2016, 9:38 PM

I still have this old image on hand but now it needs a few more higher resolution lines adding!