Reformatting scanned sequence

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  05 May 2010
Unhappy Reformatting scanned sequence

Hi, I'm pretty new to Nuke, so, forgive me for being dumb with my question. I have a scanned sequence of 2048x3112. It's vertically stretched and I need to reformat it to standart 2K 35mm. How do I do that? Thanks for your help in advance.
 
  05 May 2010
If you need to scale it vertically, use a Transform followed by a Crop or Reformat.
 
  05 May 2010
Originally Posted by alkali22: If you need to scale it vertically, use a Transform followed by a Crop or Reformat.


Thanx. That helped)
 
  06 June 2010
This is what pixel aspect ratio in the input format is for. You should adjust your pixel aspect ratio to match the correct resolution. This will make rotoscoping easier without losing any resolution.

When you then put on a reformat node it'll automatically be scaled correctly.

Alternately if you want to work in a square pixel format in your reformat you can set the resize type to "distort" and then put in the square pixel resolution.
 
  06 June 2010
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