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What Are the Resolutions of 4:3 Aspect Ratio?

Any resolutions higher than 4:3 (1.3:1) are widescreen resolutions, like 16:9 (1.78:1). True, 16:9 plays the leading role nowadays for movie watching. And 4:3 is just a traditional TV display standard. But does that mean 4:3 is totally out of date? Not actually. Both GoPro Hero7 and DJI Osmo Action provide you with 2.7K 4:3 mode and 4K 4:3 mode. So what are the 4:3 resolutions?

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Part 1: List of All 4:3 Aspect Ratio Resolutions

Aspect ratio can be calculated if you know the width and height of video resolution. For example, when the resolution is 640 x 480, divide 640 and 480 by 160 (the greatest common factor), and you will get 4x3. See the following 4:3 resolutions.

Width

Height

Aspect Ratio

Usage on devices

40

30

4:3

Etch A Sketch Animator

160

120

4:3

 

256

192

4:3

Nintendo DS

320

240

4:3

Apple iPod Nano 3G, Nintendo 3DS

384

288

4:3

Common Intermediate Format

400

300

4:3

 

512

384

4:3

 

640

480

4:3

MCGA

800

600

4:3

 

832

624

4:3

Apple Macintosh Half Megapixel

960

720

4:3

Panasonic DVCPRO100

1024

768

4:3

Apple iPad

1152

864

4:3

Apple XGA

1280

960

4:3

960p 4:3 mode on DJI and GoPro

1400

1050

4:3

Lenovo Thinkpad X61 Tablet

1440

1080

4:3

HDV 1080i

1600

1200

4:3

Lenovo Thinkpad T60

1792

1344

4:3

 

1856

1392

4:3

 

1920

1440

4:3

1440p 4:3 mode on DJI and GoPro

2048

1536

4:3

iPad (3rd Generation)

2304

1728

4:3

 

2560

1920

4:3

Viewsonic P225f and some graphics cards

2704

2028

4:3

GoPro Hero7 2.7K 4:3 mode

2720

2040

4:3

DJI Osmo Action 2.7K 4:3 mode

2732

2048

4:3

iPad Pro 12.9"

2800

2100

4:3

 

3200

2400

4:3

 

4000

3000

4:3

DJI Osmo Action 4K 4:3 mode

4096

3072

4:3

GoPro Hero7 4K 4:3 mode

6400

4800

4:3

 

Part 2: How to Change Video Resolution/Aspect Ratio?

VideoProc is a video editing and processing tool mainly for entry-level users. You just open it and will know what to do. Almost all video editings can be down with three steps. Changing resolution/aspect ratio is no exception.

Here are some suggestoins on how to deal with video resolution and aspect ratio issues:

  • - To playback a 1080p video on 4K UHD TV, you need to do video upscaling.
  • - To upload a 4:3 or 16:9 video to Instagram, crop it into 1:1.
  • - To ensure uploading a high quality video to Instagram, better convert 4K to 1080p first.
Free download VideoProc now to have a try!

Step-by-step Guide: Convert 4:3 to 16:9 with VideoProc

Before you do the conversion of video resolution or aspect ratio, you should know where you will play the video on. For uploading online on social medias, 1:1 might be a good one. To present magnificent scenery on YouTube, choose 16:9 or any other widescreen resolutions. Now open VideoProc to get it started.

Step 1: Input source video

VideoProc main interface > VideoProc - Video > + Video > choose files to edit > Open.

Change video aspect ratio
Change video aspect ratio

Step 2: Change video aspect ratio

- Choose an output format. Remain the same, or MP4/H.264 is recommended.

- Click in "Option" > switch to "Edit Video" > then "Crop" and enable Crop > select 16:9 in the Preset list > Done.

[Optional] Step 2: Change video resolution

In the "Format" tab > Video Codec Options > Resolution > select any resolution you prefer in the drop-down list.

Step 3: Start convert video to 16:9

Set the destination folder, check Hardware acceleration box, and RUN to convert video in 16:9 aspect ratio resolution.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Cecilia Hwung is the marketing manager of Digiarty Software and the editor-in-chief of VideoProc team. She pursues common progress with her team and expects to share more creative content and useful information to readers. She has strong interest in copywriting and rich experience in video editing tips.

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