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  07-04-2011, 05:16 PM
 
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Hello everyone,

I just burnt my first DVD from a mpeg-4 source. Everything works on the discs including the menus and screen selection. However, the size of the screen does not fit the whole screen. The screen is narrow as the width is not large enough to fit the entire screen. I used a 4:3 format ratio.

Thanks, please let me know how I could fix this problem?
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  07-04-2011, 07:49 PM
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Why type of tv ?
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I tested it on a standard television. However, I think it might have to deal with the resolution, or at least the source of the file. I'm correct using the 4:3format ratio.

I used DVD Flick to author the DVD after the conversion. I'm just not sure what I can do to change the resolution, if possible?
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Gspot the source, and upload a screen cap of the results.
Get it here: Gspot Codec Analysis Tool - AVI codec info [DOWNLOAD]

Best to see source before talking about re-encoded version.
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