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I hope some knowledgeable person here can help me settle something. I'm assisting a friend with setting up his animation project , which at first was going to be done at 16:9 HDTV aspect ratio at 1920 x 1080 , but he is now considering whether to work at 1.85:1 theatrical aspect ratio. I thought that 1.85:1 was 2048 x 1107 and that 16:9 was 2048 x 1152 because on several different websites I've found handy 'Aspect Ratio cheat sheets' posted which give those numbers, for example here : https://dannybribiesca.com/aspectratio/ , and here: https://www.unravel.com.au/aspect-ratio-cheat-sheet and here: https://blog.chameleondg.com/post/111891072017/resolution-aspect-ratio-cheat-sheet which all give the 2K square pixel resolution for 1.85:1 aspect ratio as 2048 x 1107 . (and for 16:9 they list the number 2048 x 1152) However, my friend put this to an editor of long-time experience and was told by the editor: "I've always worked at 2048 x 1080 , I've never heard of the number 2048 x 1107" . Well, that set me back ... What does that mean? Also, in terms of 16:9 the 'Aspect Ratio cheat sheets' referred to above all give the 2K pixel resolution for 16:9/1.78:1 aspect ratio as 2048 x 1152, however another article I found while doing my research insists that 2048 x 1152 (for 16:9 aspect ratio) is a wrong, ("a total crock") , that 16:9 2K resolution is not 2048 x 1152 , but rather 2048 x 1080 . http://endcrawl.com/blog/2048x1152-is-a-total-crock/ This article says: This is confusing. 2048 x 1107 seems to be mathematically correct for 1.85:1 aspect ratio , not 2048 x 1080 . (or 1998 x 1080 according to http://endcrawl.com/blog/2048x1152-is-a-total-crock/ ) Likewise 2048 x 1152 seems to be mathematically correct for 16:9/1.78:1 aspect ratio . Why would that article say "2048 x 1152 is a total crock" ? Can anyone clarify this for me ? If one were going to work at 1.85:1 aspect ratio should the project be originated at 2048 x 1107 or 2048 x 1080 ?