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    Videowave Crop?

    Is there a way to crop a 16:9 video clip down to a 4:3 with curtains to bring it to 16:9?
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    Incorrect Aspect Ratio

    It's component. I also tried HDMI (only just noticed today that it has an HDMI output, LOL). Same behavior either way. That's what I was wondering. Could it be a lousy DVD player? I'm pretty sure I have viewed widescreen movie DVD's on it before though...
  3. I created 6 shorts using videowave, a separate production for each. The productions each consist of a couple dozen video clips, some overlaid audio and text as well. I output the projects as 6 mpg files. The productions all format properly for 16:9 when viewed on the computer. Then, I created a mydvd project, also 16:9, and dragged in each mpg. The preview project works at 16:9. I get different results with the burned dvd however: - Played from my computer, aspect ratio is correct at 16:9 for everything. - played from my dvd player on a widescreen tv, aspect ratio is 4:3. - played from a PS3 on a 4:3 tv, aspect ratio is 4:3. I would have expected the production to have black bars on the top and bottom for a 4:3 destination. Any thoughts?
  4. I have MyDVD 9 Studio Premier. Created a video project that contains numerous clips from football games (muted native audio). Imported some .m4a audio tracks. On one of the projects, I imported one particular track, and split it down to only the refrain. I then copied this portion of the track (in VideoWave), and pasted it a few times. I.e. the music track has the refrain only repeating 5 times. Works great when I play things within VideoWave. However, when I output the project as MPEG-2 1080i, the audio is wrong. It is as if the split following the first refrain isn't even there, and the song in its entirety is played. Bug?
  5. In VideoWave, I click Capture/Import. When I select the driver or source to import from, there is a pause (5-10 seconds or so), and then the entire system crashes. I have a VCR hooked up to my capture card (specs below). If the video is playing, the audio and video quickly stutters several times (for a total of about 2 seconds) prior to the crash. Ideas? Win XP Roxio MyDVD 9 Studio Premier AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+, MMX, 3DNow 32MB RAM NVidia GeForce 7950GT 512MB (Yes, I updated the driver - 163.75) Hauppauge WinTV PVR PCI II