I have two videos that need to fit these specs:
"The minimum frame size is 1280w X 720h pixels (either progressive or interlaced is acceptable)."
Video A is: 480 × 640 [.mov]
Video B is: 476 × 360 [.mp4]
Is this possible? & If so what program do I need to do it? Can this be done in Handbrake? (I use an iMac but have access to a PC at work)
full specs required:
RECOMMENDED QUALITY: We recommend uploading HD quality video so it is easy for us to review. The preferred bit rate for your videos is 3000-5000kbps at a frame rate of 24 or 30 frames per second depending on how the material was shot. The minimum frame size is 1280w X 720h pixels (either progressive or interlaced is acceptable). WHAT ENCODING MODE SHOULD I USE WHEN I SAVE AND UPLOAD MY VIDEOS? We recommend you use the Best/Multi-pass/2-pass encoding mode optimized for "download." RECOMMENDED FILE SIZE: Both videos should be under 3GB in size. RECOMMENDED AUDIO FORMAT: We would recommend encoding audio in the AAC format with a bit rate of between 128-256kbps. Alternatively, you can use 256kbps Video A and 96kbps for Video B.
- FURTHER INFORMATION: [Mistakenly first added in a reply rather than an edit]
These videos are for a tv show idea submission.
'video B' is my example of previous work so i cant just recreate it. it was originally shot on tape & i only have is this digital version. i was hoping to find a way to work with it.
'video A' is the show pitch & was shot recently w/an ipad & can be reshot. In the comments, AJ pointed out how it is 'portrait orientation' -oops.
Also to AJ's point, it does say 'RECOMMENDED QUALITY' but it also says 'minimum frame size' & I read 'minimum' as a requirement vs a recommendation. It should be ok to submit 'Video B' w/out being HD, but i dont think i can submit it with less than the minimum frame size.
If the frame size cant be increased, is it possible to add some black filler to the sides somehow to force 'Video B' to fit the specs like you can with a jpeg in photoshop?
Also, I will have access to Sony Vegas Pro next week, can I use that?