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Old 14-07-2004, 12:20 PM   #1
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Question CCIR 601/Quantel NTSC

Someone told me if I wanna render images for TV, I should set the resolution to CCIR 601/Quantel NTSC.
However, the output images will be stretched horizontally. So a perfect sphere becomes a ellipse.
Is there any way to solve this so what I render is what I see in the working windows?
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pixel aspect ratio. You need to adjust for the nonsquare pixels. It should stretch vertically not horizontally.though...
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