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    Portrait vs. Landscape

    Hello,
    I like to convert some video's made with my mobile phone.
    Some are landscape and some are portrait.
    With the DSP-effect "Scale" I see only scaling to landscape width and height.
    Is there any way to scale portrait video's?
    Example, I have a video with resolution 720x1280 and I want te decrease the size to 360x640.
    How do I do that, what setting to use?

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    Re: Portrait vs. Landscape

    You would use the DSP effect 'Aspect Ratio' first, then the DSP effect 'Scale'

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    Re: Portrait vs. Landscape

    I have looked at that, but only see 1:1 or landscape scaling (see attachment screenshot).
    How can this help me with video's in portrait dimensions?

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    Re: Portrait vs. Landscape

    Sorry I miss understood your question. We have a new release next week R1.5 which has better scaling options.

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    Re: Portrait vs. Landscape

    Great, I hope to find the scaling options I need.
    Sorry if my question was not clear, this is not my native language.
    Thanks for the reply.

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    Re: Portrait vs. Landscape

    Yes the new update allows an x and y to be specified.

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    Portrait vs Landscape

    it has to be within the 75 x 75 limit, so I guess the longer side whether portrait or landscape has to fall within that range.

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