To much cropping

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  1. simonselmer

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    Hi

    I have a news channel. Small black bars in the sides, right and left. In the bottom runs/scrolls news headlines, like CNN and BBC.

    IFC identifies the black bars in the sides and crops the image, which mean it crops a little of the top and bottom.
    Normally that wouldn't be a problem for a regular image, but because this cut off some of the news headline running.

    So have can I set that IFC may ONLY crop, to get to full screen?
    It must NOT remove anything from the image.



    I prefer black bars and still have either the full height or the full width of the images.
     
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    The problem possible is that the running news headlines in the bottom are white text on black background. Perhaps IFC doesn't detect this as the image?
     
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    I had had this on some videos with embedded subtitles - IFC doesn't recognise the subtitles and crops too far.
    I would like to know if there is a solution...
     
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