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DVD Aspect Ratio

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I created a DVD to show photos from a vacation. I selected 16:9 aspect ratio.

When viewing the DVD on a Sony 46" LCD TV, the photos are elongated horizontally. When viewing it on a CRT TV, the photos are good.

 

I created another DVD using 4:3 aspect ratio.

When viewing it on the Sony 46" TV, the photos were still elongated. I tried changing the aspect ratio on the TV to 4:3, but the results were the same.

When viewing it on a CRT TV, the results were good.

 

What do I need to do to see the photos without elongation on the Sony 46" TV?

 

Thank you.

 

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I created a DVD to show photos from a vacation. I selected 16:9 aspect ratio.

When viewing the DVD on a Sony 46" LCD TV, the photos are elongated horizontally. When viewing it on a CRT TV, the photos are good.

 

I created another DVD using 4:3 aspect ratio.

When viewing it on the Sony 46" TV, the photos were still elongated. I tried changing the aspect ratio on the TV to 4:3, but the results were the same.

When viewing it on a CRT TV, the results were good.

 

What do I need to do to see the photos without elongation on the Sony 46" TV?

 

Thank you.

 

Change the settings on your set top player or your Sony TV. One of those are what's controlling that "strectching" you're seeing on that TV, not the Creator 2009 software.

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Change the settings on your set top player or your Sony TV. One of those are what's controlling that "strectching" you're seeing on that TV, not the Creator 2009 software.

 

Thanks for the reply.

 

I changed the settings on my Panasonic DVD player to 4:3. I also changed the TV set settings.

Photos are still elongated.

 

Any other ideas?

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