There are "black bars" on the converted video. What should I do?

When the original video has one resolution (e.g. 720x480) while you convert it with some other resolution (e.g. 720x576) Video Converter adds black bars so the output video would not be deformed.

There are 2 ways to avoid black bars adding. You can crop your video or stretch it to fit to the new proportions:

  • Click 'Settings';
  • Choose Stretch/Crop Resize method.
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