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07-18-2007, 07:52 AM
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My TV keeps cutting off part of the videos either on the sides or on top. I think its an overscan or something with the video. but say something like the JETIX logo. all i will get is ETIX the J gets cut an parts of the bottom. Can someone tell me a good video size to get this from not happening or some type of bar i can put around the video?


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Overscan issues. Your video was cropped improperly, and was probably a downloaded file converted to DVD poorly. It has to be padded and re-encoded.

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actually i was testing a dvd set i got from someone else and changing it from pal to ntsc but i made the retarded mistake when i changed it. My tv cuts off a lot anyways and even normal tv cuts off a lot. i was just wondering if there was a way to make a dvd that doesnt cut off at all.
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Yes, re-encode it with padding. But it'll show "edges" on other tv sets. That may not be good. I would not make a DVD specific to a tv. Some DVD players play PAL with a bad aspect too. This is one reason I like LSI chipset recorders (LiteOn, JVC) so much for playing PAL DVDs, as they respect the aspect ratio.


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I've had this same problem when trying to burn downloaded video, so that I don't have to watch it on my computer. How do I pad the video so that it will show up completely on the tv screen without any problems? I use Ulead DVD Workshop 2. If it matters, I also have Ulead VideoStudio 11, mpeg-vcr, SUPER, and DVD Decrypter.
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dont have these problems anymore
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How did you fix the problem? That's what I want to know because I'm having that same problem.
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got an hdtv lol. or i dunno what i did used tmpeg plus 2.5
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You need an encoder. MainConcept 1.5 is what I would use, or TMPGEnc Plus 2.5 as second choice (not as good as MC).

I have an HDTV too, and a Philips 3575 player (plays MPEG-4/Divx/Xvid). A family member has a Philips 5900-series player from Walmart, and it does quite nicely. It respects MPEG-4 aspect ratio, from what I understand. So go buy one of those, see how it does.

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