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Thread: Tmpgenc DVD problem

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    Right i made a dvd on TMPG DVD and the quality stayed good but when i play the videos on my dvd player it cuts off the black mask likes at the top and bottom of the music videos! and i dont want that

    how can i avoid TMPGenc taking off them lines?

    thnx

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    i need help asap please

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    Sorry that I don't know the answers to this one but as a word of advice if you are seeking help.

    You should quote all s/w used, all versions used, settings chosen and options used to produce your result, including aspect ratios etc etc.

    You said...
    it cuts off the black mask likes at the top and bottom
    could you explain what you mean by this?

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    Here is just an example:



    and when i use TMPGenc DVD.... i add my videos (they are 4:3, NTSC) and here are the screenshots:

    Adding video:


    Track Settings:


    Hope that helps with my question

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    O and after it converts the videos to VOB... it takes off the black mask and it comes out like:



    which isnt what i wanted! :cry:

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    do us a favour and give us some before/after pictures.

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    An uneligant solution for now: crop the bars from the top and bottom in TMPGenc. The image will become all squished. Set the header info to a 16:9 aspect ratio and on playback it will be streched back out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrlipring
    do us a favour and give us some before/after pictures.
    the post above urs meant to have the after picture but i cant edit

    before


    after
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    I'm a little confused here. The bottom picture, showing the 'tall thin guys' is the result you want, surely?

    You have effectively produced an anamorphic video. Any TV/DVD player combination will display this exactly how you want it to.

    The format you've produced is exactly what I always strive to produce.

    Simply set your DVD player to 'widescreen' mode and you'll get what you want. Set to 'letterbox' mode and you'll get the top of the the two pictures displayed. At least this is what I get.

    Unless I'm missing something of course...

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    My tv and dvd player both set to 16:9 and i tried other options.... when i play a proper dvd bought in the shop it shows with the black bits at the top and bottom which is what i want.

    On my other tv i cant even choose 16:9 cos the tv is only 4:3
    Windows XP Pro SP2 RC2
    Windows Code Name Longhorn 4074
    AMD Athlon 2600+ (2.1GHz)
    512DDR RAM
    120 GB HDD = Maxtor (80GB) + Maxtor (40GB)
    Freecom DVD+RW Driver
    LG CD-RW Driver
    ATI 9200SE 128MB Graphics Card

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