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Hey guys. I've been searching but can't quiet find the answer anywhere. I just got a new computer and installed after effects CS5. I've done this before on my older computer, but I just wanted to change an end card of a video and re-render a non-compressed, animation quality quicktime.
When I render, even though the aspect ratio is the same as the original, the image appears squished horizontally. When I look at the new video's dimensions in get info, it reads correctly but it doesn't look like it. When I hold the original video up next to the new one, they're obviously not the same time even though their info says they are.
Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
make sure your comp setting is on square pixel
thanks! i think that might be it.
Did you change the pixel aspect ratio?
see if 'square pixels' is checked
got it thanks!
did I win a toaster or something?
Pixel aspect ratio - square pixels.
I would guess square pixels
Shellie I imagine it's hard to understand this thread with so many different solutions to your problem.
However I suggest a new method to fix your little AE faux pas.
I suggest, somewhat radically, trying to select 'Square Pixels'.
Hope that works. Good luck.