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I recently tested the KDVD Half DVD template and it works great, however, DVDiT will always tell me if the file is 16:3 or other, can you mix 16:3 and 4.3 in DVDiT or is there someway of setting up your templates to one standard that DVDiT will accept, I am attempting to get 2-3 movies on DVD-R, which I can, execpt that some were recorded as widescreen some not, by the way these are all coming off my Panasonic E20 VRO files and Digital Cable.

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I recently tested the KDVD Half DVD template and it works great, however, DVDiT will always tell me if the file is 16:3 or other, can you mix 16:3 and 4.3 in DVDiT or is there someway of setting up your templates to one standard that DVDiT will accept, I am attempting to get 2-3 movies on DVD-R, which I can, execpt that some were recorded as widescreen some not, by the way these are all coming off my Panasonic E20 VRO files and Digital Cable.

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The default in the KDVD templates output is set to 16:9. Change it to 4:3 if your movie is 4:3.

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Thanks...got that part, but my question is with DVDiT, when I open an MPEG2 file if my DVDiT default is set to 16:3 and the film is 4:3, DVDiT will tell me to change to 16:3, so I have to start over and build the show again, is there something in DVDiT that I am missing that allows me to import both a 16:3 file and a 4:3 file in the same project? Or do I have to be sure that have all the 4:3's in one project and all the 16:3's in another? Many thanks for all your assistance.


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Thanks...got that part, but my question is with DVDiT, when I open an MPEG2 file if my DVDiT default is set to 16:3 and the film is 4:3, DVDiT will tell me to change to 16:3, so I have to start over and build the show again, is there something in DVDiT that I am missing that allows me to import both a 16:3 file and a 4:3 file in the same project? Or do I have to be sure that have all the 4:3's in one project and all the 16:3's in another? Many thanks for all your assistance.


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Download Avestensione here:
http://www.offeryn.de/dv.htm Then you can just patch the mpegs without having to re-encode.

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