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#1 Alan Shifren

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Posted 30 May 2011 - 05:13 PM

I have been using Sonic 6.1 for many years. I recently dedicated a new computer & 40" tv monitor to watch the MP4 Video's that I have recorded. If I burn the video's to a DVD I can watch them in a expanded view on my monitor. If I try to watch them as MP4 files using Sonic Cinne player I see only a square picture which does not fill out the screen. Is there a software upgrade to correct this or do I have to go to a newer version of Roxio Software.
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                      Thank you,
                          Alan

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Posted 31 May 2011 - 07:01 AM

View PostAlan Shifren, on 30 May 2011 - 05:13 PM, said:

I have been using Sonic 6.1 for many years. I recently dedicated a new computer & 40" tv monitor to watch the MP4 Video's that I have recorded. If I burn the video's to a DVD I can watch them in a expanded view on my monitor. If I try to watch them as MP4 files using Sonic Cinne player I see only a square picture which does not fill out the screen. Is there a software upgrade to correct this or do I have to go to a newer version of Roxio Software.
    Please advise.
                      Thank you,
                          Alan

Your new computer what operating system does it run?

I'm not familar with Sonic 6.1 but what operating systems is it designed to run on?
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#3 Brendon

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Posted 31 May 2011 - 10:14 PM

Sonic is a brandname. 6.1 is the version.

What is the NAME of the Sonic 6.1 software you're talking about please, Alan?
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