hi i'm new to juggling and exporting formats in FCP X (10.0.2.) files and have the following question: i am putting together an animation film that was shot in two different formats: - still images in 1920 x 1280 - movie files in 1920 x 1080 25 fps since the still images make up the vast majority of the material, i would like to use a format that clips as little as possible from the stills, while it's ok if the film files get cut (or blown up and then cut respectively). i need two final products: - a dvd with the best possible quality to view on the computer - a youtube-compatible, compressed film file my questions: - what format would be best to use for the final products? is 1920 x 1280 a 4:3 ratio, and if yes what movie format would be best to use quality-wise? - how do i actually fusion the two formats? - can i do all of this in FCP or do i need compressor? (currently FCP automatically downscales the stills to fit the height of the movie files because for quality reasons i chose the Full HD format whenever i imported material to a new project. i can live with the downscaling of the stills per se, but what is not ok is - that the stills have a broader black frame on the side than the movie files, which are widescreen - that the downscaling of the stills makes the image "zoom out", meaning i cannot create a smooth transition from a movie frame to a still image without a major jump/zoom-out. thanks for your help!