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Aspect Ratio Problem In Creator 2010


Geoffrey Paul
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My 4:3 avi files (720x576) take on a 16:9 appearance when imported into DVD creator or videowave. When burned onto disk and played,the images appear flattened and stretched. When I play these same avi files on a player like ALshow or virtual dub, the aspect ratio looks fine. Can anyone tell me what I'm missing here?

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Geoffrey P

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My 4:3 avi files (720x576) take on a 16:9 appearance when imported into DVD creator or videowave. When burned onto disk and played,the images appear flattened and stretched. When I play these same avi files on a player like ALshow or virtual dub, the aspect ratio looks fine. Can anyone tell me what I'm missing here?

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Geoffrey P

 

Please confirm that you have Creator 2010 and not Easy Media Creator 10 or Creator 10.X with a two letter designation.

 

Are you working in PAL? That ratio is normal PAL.

 

Download and run gspot on the files to see what they really are. Just drag one of the files to the gspot window. You can get gspot here. It is free, Post a screen shot of what you see.

 

When you open Video Wave, do you get a message to select the ration. It should look like this:

 

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Since you are working in PAL, you should also make this choice under options.

 

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If you do not get the 4:3 choice to beginwith, not, then go to file, new production and select 4 by 3.

 

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In Create DVD, you should get similar options. Are you? If it looks wide screen or HD in Video Wave, it will look wide screen in MyDVD (Create DVD). If you just add the files to Create DVD then you can select DVD standard definition before you add the file.

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