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Kwag,
I have a movie that is 576x320. I want to load it into FitCD, but next to where it says input file resolution, it asks what format it should use (DVD, SVCD, VCD, etc). What should I put for 576x320?
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Originally Posted by Bigswaffo
Kwag,
I have a movie that is 576x320. I want to load it into FitCD, but next to where it says input file resolution, it asks what format it should use (DVD, SVCD, VCD, etc). What should I put for 576x320?
576x320 is a non-standard resolution. That's why there's no choice in FitCD.

Just try to load the avi file and choose one of the standard output sizes.
I suggest you try 352x240 ( VCD resolution ) because that's the closest vertical size of 320 in your avi. That's if the frame rate is 23.976 or 29.97.
If it's 25fps PAL, try 352x288.

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Thanks Kwag,
Works just fine.
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