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  1. BruceIB

    Size Of File

    OK. I'm trying to put 10lbs of **** in a 5lb bag. I'll use more disks. Thanks. Case closed.
  2. BruceIB

    Size Of File

    I had it set to Fit To Disk, but no setting works. So, it's basicly, what I see is what I get?
  3. BruceIB

    Size Of File

    I have three videos in a folder. Each is under 1GB and the total is 2.7GB. However, when I add these three videos to a project to burb, it says the size is over 6GB. Any thoughts on that? Bruce
  4. BruceIB

    Aspect Ratio

    Well, as it turns out, it was a setting on my camera. Sorry about taking up your time on this, but I really do appreciate all the comments from everyone. I have another topic and I'll start a new thread. Thanks again.
  5. BruceIB

    Aspect Ratio

    Got it. I'll play around tomorrow & post back. Again, thanks to all that contributed.
  6. BruceIB

    Aspect Ratio

    You are probably right. Where do I find Videowave? Is that a part of Creator 2011 and 2010, or another program altogether?
  7. BruceIB

    Aspect Ratio

    Ahhh. That looks like what I have been trying to find but couldn't. I changed it to 16.9. Gotta go right now but I'll post back when I test it later. Thanks everyone.
  8. BruceIB

    Aspect Ratio

    I don't believe so. I have never seen that screen.
  9. BruceIB

    Aspect Ratio

    Create DVDs Add New Movie Burn Project Button Burn
  10. BruceIB

    Aspect Ratio

    I have Creator 2010 on my Win7 desktop and Creator 2011 on my Win7 laptop. When I burn a video to DVD, the original video is in wide screen, but the resulting DVD shows the video in a standard size. (Square for lack of a better explanation). I can't seem to find the settings do burn it as a wide screen view. Thanks. Bruce
  11. BruceIB

    Dvd Playback Issue

    Just wanted to update this issue. A new DVD player solved the problem. All the local stores were pushing Magnavox, so I ended getting this one online. iView 102 DV All Region MPEG-4 DivX AVI WMA MP3 Slim DVD Player PAL/NTSC http://www.deal800.com/iView-102-DV-All-Region-MPEG-4-DivX-AVI-WMA-MP3-Slim-DVD-Player-PALNTSC_p_399.html# It doesn't have a USB port, but otherwise is great, inexpensive and works fine. The remote has 53 buttons and I have only figured out about 5 so far, but tested a few DVDs and all is well. Thanks to all that replied. I'll leave it up to you to close this thread. Regards, Bruce
  12. BruceIB

    Dvd Playback Issue

    Thanks. I will have a look at them. Bruce
  13. BruceIB

    Dvd Playback Issue

    You're welcome. I post in the MS newsgroups, and now forums, and was an MVP from 2004~2010, so I appreciate what you people do and always appreciated feedback from the OP as to the final fix for an issue. Going DVD Player shopping tomorrow and have a hunch I won't come home with a Magnavox. Cheers, Bruce Hagen
  14. BruceIB

    Dvd Playback Issue

    OK, everyone. First, let me thank you for your time and apologize for wasting it. I posted this because: *The problem I described only happened with DVDs I made and not pre-recorded videos like a movie from Blockbuster. *It was apparent when viewed in my DVD player and also a friends. This led me to believe Roxio was the problem. I took a DVD to another friend to try and it worked fine. I have a Magnavox DVD player and so does my friend I originally tested with, although a different model. The person I just tried it with and had good results was using a Sony DVD player. So, the bottom line is: Tomorrow, I will be purchasing a new DVD player and it will not be a Magnavox. Once again, thank you for responding. Bruce
  15. BruceIB

    Dvd Playback Issue

    Roxio Creator 2010. That's what it says on the box and installation CD. As I said, this also happens on my XP machine with MyDVD 10 Premier. I timed it and the flash is every 64 seconds. I am grunt to seek out a third DVD player to test, but it does not happen with a pre-made DVD move like you would buy or rent. I'll be back when I have more info for you.
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