About 4:3 Aspect Ratio
Some Common Resolutions of 4:3 Aspect Ratio
800 X 600
960 X 720
1024 X 768
1152 X 864
1280 X 960
1400 X 1050
1440 X 1080
1600 X 1200
1856 X 1392
1920 X 1440
2048 X 1536
Advantages of the Aspect Ratio of 4:3
2. Well-suited for ordinary TVs. While the resolutions of 16:9 format is primary used by modern HDTV broadcasts, online TV broadcasts and the ordinary TVs mostly adopt the 4:3 aspect ratio.
Differences between an Aspect Ratio of 4:3 and 16:9
Video Transformation from 4:3 Resolution to 16:9 Resolution
- Screen Recording – Record screen and webcam in Windows computer.
- Cut Videos – Specify the start and end time in the video to cut a video clip.
- Corp and Rotate Function – Support to crop and rotate the video.
- Effects – Provides filters, zoom in and out and sound effect to users.
- Watermark – Users can add text, image, video watermarks to videos. Also supports to remove watermark from videos.
- Music Function – Add background music to videos. You can create the voice over by yourself or add local music as background music.
- Subtitle Function – Customized your own subtitle.
- Add opening/ending – Edit opening and ending for videos, it can be subtitle, video and photo to bring cool transition effect to your video.
- Video merge – It can combine multiple videos/audios into one file as well as add various kinds of transition effects to the combined video.
- All common type of formats are supported – Supports all common formats of video editing, it allows users to choose the output format based on their needs, if recoding is necessary, it will automatically recode and test.
How to Edit a Video with an Aspect Ratio of 4:3
Additionally, you can choose subtitle, music or other functions to add some subtitles, background music and titles or ending for your video.
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