I am using a program called FlowFrames to do AI fps interpolation. However I have an issue for when I try and do it with DVD rips. I have attached a picture which helps explain this. Basically, when I input the video, it looks like Number 1 on the picture, but when it comes out, it looks like Number 2. Both times it has the same resolution (720 by 576) which I don't understand, how can the resolution be the same if the aspect ratio isn't?
Does anybody know how to stop this happening?
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No, the resolution is not the same as the aspect ratio. All PAL DVDs use a 720x576 frame (a 5:4 ratio) whether they are 4:3 or 16:9 display aspect ratio. Just tell the program your video is 16:9 DAR or 64:45 SAR (sample aspect ratio). Or tell it to change the frame size from 720x576 to 1024x576.
Is there any way to hard encode that in the video, as I don't want to have to faf about with stretching and cropping options every time I want to play a file, this issue doesn't happen with some video programs, I have no idea why it does with FlowFrames.