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Miguel
dvd wide screen
on May 30, 2005 at 3:12:52 am

how can i made a dvd wide screen with adobe encore dvd i


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David Garrett
Re: dvd wide screen
on May 30, 2005 at 4:04:33 am

Encore will only allow you import a recognised format... PAL 720 X 576 or NTSC 720 X 480


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Miguel
Re: dvd wide screen
on May 30, 2005 at 3:35:50 pm

i cant make a retangular format !? only square !? a can


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David Garrett
Re: dvd wide screen
on May 30, 2005 at 4:24:53 pm

not so much a weak point in Encore.. just the DVD specs it asks for... i have imported 4:3 & 16:9 MPEG2 video into Encore with no probs..
Perhaps Encore just don't like the Divx format and or possibly the aspect ratio that you are trying to import


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Miguel
Re: dvd wide screen
on May 30, 2005 at 7:24:54 pm

what the size of 16:9!?

tnks


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Timothy Kurkoski
Re: dvd wide screen
on May 31, 2005 at 2:48:37 pm

16:9 is the same size as 4:3- PAL 720x576 or NTSC 720x480. The difference is 16:9 uses wider pixels. For example, NTSC uses 0.9 pixel aspect ratio for 4:3, and 1.2 PAR for 16:9. I'm not sure of the ratios for PAL, but it's similar.

And no, Encore probably won't take your DivX files. It's not a standard format. Convert them to MPEG-2 first.


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Miguel
Re: dvd wide screen
on May 31, 2005 at 2:55:00 pm

i convert the file but this is impossible to import cause the format is wide screen i have to convert all the files to square format !?

tnks


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Greg Cotten
Re: dvd wide screen
on Jun 2, 2005 at 8:15:04 pm

Miguel-

Apparently you don't understand Pixel Aspect Ratios. All movies that you see on a DVD are 720x480 with a certain pixel aspect ratio. 16:9 that you see on DVDs is actually 720x480 (which is technically square) with a 1.2 Pixel Aspect Ratio. This means that the width of the pixel is longer than the length of the pixel by a ratio of 1.2 .

There you go.

-Greg


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