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04-23-2004, 12:56 PM
Zanny Zanny is offline
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Hi Guys

Great forum and hopefully this wont be the dullest topic ever
My DVD player is listed on the compatibility list (Cyberhome AD-M212, M512 - 352x240( 288 ), 704x480( 576 )) so all is well

What I want to know is if 352x240 - 704x480 are the theoretical limits of the film size then can I set the resolution anywhere inbetween? Or can I only use certain legal film sizes eg 480x480 etc. Any help would be appreciated

BTW Im having most success using the CQMatic/TMPGenc route as a newbie Ive tried other methods but keep getting weird errors or I get stuck. Cinemacraft seems ok but I dont want to buy it and dont want that bloody logo on everything.

PS) Thanks for your time.
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04-24-2004, 11:21 AM
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to be honest most players these days will play everything you throw at them.that said i think ur best option to create a test cd containd a few videos with different resolutions.see what ur player can play.welcome to kvcd.net forums
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