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Kwags, I love your new Templates, they make very, very good 4:3
movies that play great on all my DVDs. But, again I can't make a 16:9
movie from a 16:9 DVD to save my soul. Any help would be Great.

Thanks again for this site, I would never believed you could make a movie this good......Thanks JoJo
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Originally Posted by JoJo
Kwags, I love your new Templates, they make very, very good 4:3
movies that play great on all my DVDs. But, again I can't make a 16:9
movie from a 16:9 DVD to save my soul. Any help would be Great.

Thanks again for this site, I would never believed you could make a movie this good......Thanks JoJo
Thanks JoJo!:

If you're reading directly from a .d2v project, try Center custom size(352x352) in TMPEG as input aspect option.
Better yet, process your file with an AviSynth script, calculated with FitCD. It will take care of the correct resizing to be fed to TMPEG.

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