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I have a GL2 and it shoot native 4:3, If I change it to 16:9 on the camera, the image is slightly stretched. I also find this to be true when I crop it in Adobe Premiere Pro. Is there a way to convert without reducing the image quality?
If you shot 16:9 with your GL2, then there is no need to convert, it is already 16:9, just set "widescreen" flag. I don’t know about Adobe, in Vegas this can be specified in project properties as well as in properties of a specific clip. If you shot 4:3, then you have to cut top and bottom parts of the video, specifics depend on your NLE.
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