Hi, I have an unusual issue, and I've been using FCP for a long time. Normally I am handed footage that's either: 1) Letterboxed 2) Full frame 4x3 3) Full Frame 16x9 either SD or HD My client handed me SD 4x3 footage in a 16x9 format (see pic). It came off of a DVD - and when we reviewed the footage together on my TV, it had this issue. The image on it is 4x3, therefore there are black bars on top, bottom, and on the sides of their footage. I mentioned it to the client. See attachment for how it looks. Note: I put a grey matte over most of the image on purpose for privacy reasons on this forum (that was intentional) Now that I've cut the project, the client is upset that there are black bars around the image completely, and thinks they gave me footage that was full frame 4x3. I tried putting the image in a 4x3 timeline, but as you can guess, it's even further letterboxed - so it's actually smaller. I've asked for the source footage if available (so footage before she put it on DVD), but I'm not sure it is. . Anything else I can do - I thought about increasing the size by 10% in Final Cut? I can't think of anything else. PS: I captured the DVD footage with MPEG stremclip (DV NTSC setting, 100% quality).