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Re: Widescreen? 6/24/2005 8:18:29 PM   (Total replies: 1)
After preforming Rehan's reverse video effect with AviSynth and Virtualdub, I found that AviSynth also allows one to add a widescreen effect to the video. It also permits the user to specify the length of the "blacked-out" part as well as the color of the widescreen. So instead of buying Rehan's Pip-Plus ($8), you can simply use (the free) AviSynth, which provides greater flexibility. The letterbox effect can be found at http://www.avisynth.org/Letterbox

Aspect Ratios 6/28/2005 11:01:57 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I know this may be a dumb question, but I want to make sure I have the right answer. As of now, I have a regular television screen (not widescreen), and I know that in the future widescreen TVs will replace regular-sized ones, so I have started rendering my videos to the 16:9 format. Will a Windows Movie Maker 16:9 file play perfectly (meaning that there won't be any black bars or the streching or squeezing of video) on a widescreen TV? And also what happens when a 4:3 video plays on a ...

WMV-HD 6/28/2005 3:46:27 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I was trying out PapaJohn's HD profiles, (they work great) and I began wondering if that quality would carry over to a dvd that has been compressed to an Mpeg 2 format. If the quality doesn't carry over, is there anything I can do to retain the WMV-HD quality? Thank you

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