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Bubba6 is not online. Last active: 8/10/2006 3:36:07 PM Bubba6
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Change Resolution to 512 x 288 (16:9) Ratio
Posted: 26 Jun 2006 12:58 AM
I've come to the conclusion that the source of my pixilation problem was *not* a codec issue.

The source avi I have is 512 x 288 (16:9) resolution. When I attempt to save the wmv to my computer "best quality for playback on my computer", WMM is actually *enlarging* the image and causing the pixilation.

Is there anyway to set the output resolution to match the input?

TIA - Wayne
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Re: Change Resolution to 512 x 288 (16:9) Ratio
Posted: 26 Jun 2006 01:41 AM
Rather than 'best for my computer', click on 'show more choices', then 'Other'. If none of those meet your needs, you can create a custom profile. See www.papajohn.org > Saving Movie > Custom WMV Profiles. Also, be sure your project is set to 16:9 mode (Tools > Options > Advanced, aspect ratio.)

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