I converted a 3D AVI from a Fujifilm 3DW3 to SBS, each original frame being 1280x720.
While the resulting video plays on LumePad (2x1 added to the filename), when viewed horizontally, it only shows the video as half-height/half-width - a 1-3/8 inch black band is shown above/below, and a two inch black band is shown on the left and the right. Essentially, it’s only displayed about 1/4 of full screen. When I rotate the screen to portrait, the video is actually a bit larger, filling the screen horizontally, but because it’s a landscape video, there are large black bands above and below.
I tried two different frame resolutions, but each has the same issue. Current properties of the file shows 2560 x 1440.
Is there a specific resolution/aspect ratio that must be used in creating the SBS, so that the video fills the screen (best as possible)?