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Old September 6th, 2007, 04:12 PM   #1
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Hi!
Some questions.
1) Why do sometimes the black upper stripe in 16:9 exported dvd flicker? (just at the border to the video)
2) I export 16:9 material from Sony Architect. It looks fine on the tv with the dvd player set to 4:3. But with dvd player set to 16:9, the picture gets too compressed vertically. All settings in Architect are 16:9, the video is 16:9, it all looks 16:9 in the interface etc. This is with the tv set to 4:3 also. With the tv set to 16:9 the picture gets even more squeezed vertically.
3) Why is preview in Architect 1:81 on the screen in 16:9 mode when it should be 1:78? In Premiere preview is 1:78.
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Old September 8th, 2007, 10:36 PM   #2
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make sure your project file settings in DVD architect are widescreen?
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