Wide D1 / 960H - Will Axis Encoders Work?

I have a site where the client has recently installed a couple hundred streams of analog WD1 / 960h cameras. For this particular site we would normally encode the streams using Axis encoders. Has anyone had experience encoding these? If so, I have a few questions:

1. Will Axis encoders recognize WD1? It appears they go up to extended D1 (720x576). Does NTSC apply to WD1?

2. If it will recognize them as extended D1 do the encoders end up cropping the image, or worse, scale it to extended D1?

3. Does the encoder have to natively support WD1? If so, can someone recommend a reputable name brand manufacturer for this purpose?

I have received conflicting answers and prefer to rely upon the real world experience of fellow installers.

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