Introduction: How to Convert a 4:3 Video to 16:9?

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When people played a video with 4:3 ratio on a 16:9 TV or other devices, they can often find that there were black bars around screen or the quality of image became not clear as before. Fortunately, there is a powerful tool which can help you to convert the video into your preferred aspect ratio easily. To know how, check the guide below:

Apowersoft Video Convert Studio can not only convert video but also edit video/audio files easily. Additionally, it can play almost all kinds of video/audio files by using its built-in HD media player. To convert a 4:3 video to 16:9, below is the step by step instructions for you:

Step 1: Download

Download this program, open it and then configure some basic settings.

Step 2: Add Files You Want to Convert

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Click “Add Files” button on the top left corner to select video files from local disk, besides you can also drag your files to the interface directly.

Step 3: Edit the Video File

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Click “Edit” button beside the “Add Files” or it also can be found on the bottom right corner of the video thumbnail. Then there will be a pop-up window.

Step 4: Convert the Video to 16:9

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Click the second tab “Adjust” on the top right corner of the interface. You can convert your video to 16:9 with two methods. First click the “Crop” and select 16:9 from “Aspect Ratio” list. Then click “OK” > “Convert” to change your video to 16:9. Quickly as this way is, it might cause the deformation of video.

Step 5: The Second Way

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The second way is clicking “Crop” and filling in correct digital ratio to the “Size” list. Then click “OK” >“Convert”. The advantage of the second way is that it will keep the original image quality.

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Swansong (author)2017-07-26

Thanks for sharing :)

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