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But you can export in whatever resolution you like. See export settings, "resize".
I export Anamorphic to a specific Aspect Ration Resolution. E.g. for 1.33x, I export a 2.35:1 Aspect Ratio Resolution [4096x1679] and use this site as a guide for upscaling:

*Note, Some say the SLR Anamorphot 1.33x is not true 1.33x and feels like 1.25x, so if 2.35:1 looks a little tall, try other aspect ratios upon export, e.g. 2.39:1. And just to check it's a good fit, export 1 frame instead of the whole thing to save time ;)
I found some time today to shoot a short video on how to enable the new  with multiplies 3xcrop_mode preset's
Shot it on my 50D in 1x3 1376x1742 (4128x1742) @24fps , did a quick grade in and exported and uploaded prores 444 to Youtube
Make sure you watch in 4k  ;)

By reading some recents posts I just saw that adobe had finally added ProRes to their codecs, i tested it, and it solved my issue. But if someone has an explanation or a workaround i will be glad to hear it, because I worked so many years with DnxHD/HR, and I don't know ProRes much...
Nope, that's a snapshot from a recent and supported build.
You're not mentioning your cam and build used so I suppose you are using an undated ML version. Likely "stable" v2.3.
Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 100D / SL1
« Last post by Walter Schulz on Today at 02:08:34 AM »
Reinstall firmware 1.0.1 using the file linked in
Top of page -> Downloads -> Download Nightly Builds -> Builds in progress -> 100D / Rebel SL1 -> Installation -> Item 1
and retry.
General Development Discussion / Re: The MLV format
« Last post by ilia3101 on Today at 01:36:10 AM »
Does anyone like the idea of adding EXIF to MLV?

I was thinking it could be a special block, simply containing a dump of EXIF data in the exif/tiff tag format.

I know EXIF can have tags like bitdepth, black level, white level, compression and linearization tables - so there would need to be a rule that says any MLV file must be readable without looking at the EXIF.

Maybe MLV needs a PDF specification thing already?

I tried different things for the past months to solve this issue, but now I come to ask some help:

-Everything is fine as always in Resolve with my DNG's converted with mlv dump from the experiment page, export every clips in DnxHR 10 bits 3072x1320 native format
-In Première, once my montage is finished I export the result in h264 as always
-The problem come when I want to export a master of the same montage in Première in DnxHR 3072x1320: the result is squeezed horizontaly

It seems the codec don't want this format, and apply a pixel ratio of his own or something.
I tried force the pixel ratio of the clips and/or of the sequence in première to "square pixel", but the result is always the same once exported??
I also played with other pixels ratios to trick the codec, but not working as I wanted (right click on a clip, modify, métrage (in french, second choice), conform to square pixels

I think it's the codec in Première Pro, and the problem is the same with direct export or sending to media encoder
Sooooo... split topic or not?
Camera-specific discussion / Re: Porting ML to XSi (450D)
« Last post by Ant123 on Today at 12:35:21 AM »
Is config_raw_liveview supported on this camera??
Thank you,
Not yet. There are no changes since 2019.
Stretching preview is not as easy as one might think, because of many dependencies. But you can export in whatever resolution you like. See export settings, "resize".
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