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Thanks Photoshow Diva, :)

Now since i have SimpleStar Photoshow 5. Ver 503 build 2046, which i purchased online about 3mt ago. Is this the latest or would i have to cough up more bread ? and i take it that 16.9 HD is not happening !!!!!!!

 

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THIS IS QUITE ANNOYING WHEN WAITING WITH FINGERS CROSSED, THE CONCEPT WONT HAPPEN.

 

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post Jun 16 2008, 01:05 AM

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Is there anyway that photoshow5 can set the aspect size when burning a dvd to work on a widescreen 16.9 tv. Yes i can change the tv aspect to 4.3 but then you have 2 black borders down the side, and as you know when you increase to 16.9 the photo becomes squat . When you go to the MAKE tab in photoshow it shows the" DVD and CD Rom" a widescreen tv with 2 boys in it ?

Surely i have got the wrong set up loaded, Thanks for any input

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post Jun 16 2008, 07:43 AM

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QUOTE (derek.nz @ Jun 16 2008, 02:05 AM) *

Is there anyway that photoshow5 can set the aspect size when burning a dvd to work on a widescreen 16.9 tv. Yes i can change the tv aspect to 4.3 but then you have 2 black borders down the side, and as you know when you increase to 16.9 the photo becomes squat . When you go to the MAKE tab in photoshow it shows the" DVD and CD Rom" a widescreen tv with 2 boys in it ?

Surely i have got the wrong set up loaded, Thanks for any input

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PhotoShow 5 creates standard NTSC DVDs. The video will be in the 4:3 aspect ratio (720x480 pixels). Many HD TVs place black bars on the sides of a 4:3 image to avoid distortion.

 

In general, PhotoShows are designed to be displayed in a 4:3 frame online, in the program and on DVD.

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post Jun 22 2008, 06:21 PM

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PhotoShow 5 creates standard NTSC DVDs. The video will be in the 4:3 aspect ratio (720x480 pixels). Many HD TVs place black bars on the sides of a 4:3 image to avoid distortion.

 

In general, PhotoShows are designed to be displayed in a 4:3 frame online, in the program and on DVD.

 

 

All well and good, but with HD tvs pretty much a universal standard now, you would think Roxio could do a quick patch and at least give us the option of burning to a 16:9 format so that pictures and videos are not distorted so much, and at least fill the screen of a widescreen tv without black bars. I am not sure you can even still buy 4:3 screens any more, and if you can, you soon wont be able to. Give us 16:9 support Roxio!

 

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post Jun 23 2008, 12:19 PM

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QUOTE (jwylie @ Jun 22 2008, 07:21 PM) *

All well and good, but with HD tvs pretty much a universal standard now, you would think Roxio could do a quick patch and at least give us the option of burning to a 16:9 format so that pictures and videos are not distorted so much, and at least fill the screen of a widescreen tv without black bars. I am not sure you can even still buy 4:3 screens any more, and if you can, you soon wont be able to. Give us 16:9 support Roxio!

 

 

 

 

PhotoShow 5 was released in February 2007 when NTSC DVDs were still the standard.

 

We hope to add this feature in the future.

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PhotoShow 5 was released in February 2007 when NTSC DVDs were still the standard.

 

We hope to add this feature in the future.

 

 

Hey, sounds good.

 

So, will adding 16:9 functionality be an update to PS5 or a brand new version we will have to pay for?

 

Also, is 'the future' likely to be the near future or just sometime in the future?

 

 

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Hey, sounds good.

 

So, will adding 16:9 functionality be an update to PS5 or a brand new version we will have to pay for?

 

Also, is 'the future' likely to be the near future or just sometime in the future?

 

 

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This will be a feature in a new version of PhotoShow. There is no information on when this will be implemented. However, it is in development.

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