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07-15-2003, 11:53 PM
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Hi all,

When I have an anamorphic movie I allways use "SourceAnamorphic = True and DestinationAnamorphic=True" and it plays perfect on my 16:9 TV.

However I lent a KVCD to a friend the other day and on his 4:3 TV it was distroted..heads were stretched top to bottom.

I put it in my DVD player and set the TV to 4:3 mode and the same thing happened.

Well looks great on my 16:9, but I want it to be more compatible.

Should I be using "DestAnamorphic = false" instead to make thing right for 4:3 TVs? and if I do will it have a negative impact when viewing on a 16:9 TV?

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Should I be using "DestAnamorphic = false" instead to make thing right for 4:3 TVs?
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and if I do will it have a negative impact when viewing on a 16:9 TV?
You should be able to correct the aspect on a 16:9 TV.
All VCDs are (should!) encoded 4:3, as the specifications don't define 16:9.
That means, encode 4:3 and not as 16:9.

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07-16-2003, 12:19 AM
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All VCDs are (should!) encoded 4:3, as the specifications don't define 16:9.
That means, encode 4:3 and not as 16:9.

-kwag[/quote]

Specifications? What specifications. We are breaking all the VCD rules here why not one more?

If I encode it as 4:3 that will mean I have to stretch it for my 16:9 TV and it will look like poop. Well not actually poop, but not as good right cause less resolution? I've had one to many beers
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If I encode it as 4:3 that will mean I have to stretch it for my 16:9 TV and it will look like poop. Well not actually poop, but not as good right cause less resolution? I've had one to many beers
And dont drink while you are kvcding
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07-16-2003, 12:40 AM
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