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I am working on a DVD on our family trip to Europe. It was a great trip and we all did took a lot of photos. I am finishing up and I want to place an map of the places that where we went on the beginning of the days before the slideshow starts. . I have the appropriate music and the maps were scanned and saved on the computer. As you play the video that I did, you can see that the map is not clear. I have tried everything to fix it but it won't come out clear and very hard to read. Is there a way for me to fix this? I have 11 more maps to do for this DVD.. Prague Day 1 (map).wmv
Hi, Just purchased Toast 14. I am authoring DVDs, source video is 1280 x 720 .mp4 files. The display is correct when played back on my Mac or PC, but severely cropped when played back on a DVD player connected to a wide screen TV. I am using automatic aspect ratio setting and burning DVD at best quality. I have tried all combinations of aspect ratio settings, automatic, standard and widescreen with the same result. I have tried a few different DVD players, they all recognize and play the DVDs, but all crop the display. I have adjusted the display settings on the DVD players and the TV as mentioned on this forum but that does not solve the issue. All the DVD players I am using are at least 6 years old...could this be the issue? I read the post about changing the IFO settings but am not sure if this will solve my issue. I'm hoping there is an easier solution/answer to this issue. I am authoring a set of 30 DVDs which will be distributed to a an audience with a variety of types of players, so I'm attempting to make the playback as user friendly as possible. I recently made the switch from iDVD where I did not experience this issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I see that this topic has been addressed in the past few months and am hoping there is a solution or clear answer.