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    when i burn my video file onto a disc and then i watch in on a tv and it is not all on the screen like some of the parts are off? do any of you know why??

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    grazie do you know anything about this?? i need help fast please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braden View Post
    . . . . like some of the parts are off? do any of you know why??
    I read this 6 hours back, I read it again now, and I STILL don't have a clue what you are talking about?

    Grazie

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    like i burn my video onto a disc and when i put it in a dvd player its like its streched wrong on the tv. i have text on the video and its in the left hand bottom corner and it looks fine on the computer but on the tv its like its cropped or something

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    Sounds like a wrong format, what is the viewing screen 4:3 or 16:9, what was the video shot in and editing in ?

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    im ont sure what the screen it and it was editied it vegas 6.0 studio and it was shot off of a JVC harddrive camcorder

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    Hmmmmm . ..

    Braden, please click on the following website.

    It has pictures and simple displays of what might be your issue.

    DVDMaestro & the Myth of 16:9 authoring

    Anything further as a follow-up, come back here - yeah?

    Grazie

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    I thought I'd repled to this yesterday but must have hit the wrong button.
    Two thoughts:
    1. Format - as suggested above
    2. Safe Area - TV screens crop the i,age that can be displayed by the PC. On your preview in vegas, click the button that looks like a grid immediately above the preview. Select "Safe Area". Keep everything within the inner dotted lines (set to a conservative 20% by default). That will guarantee it's displayed assuming (1) above is right.
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    I thought I'd repled to this yesterday but must have hit the wrong button.
    Two thoughts:
    1. Format - as suggested above
    2. Safe Area - TV screens crop the i,age that can be displayed by the PC. On your preview in vegas, click the button that looks like a grid immediately above the preview. Select "Safe Area". Keep everything within the inner dotted lines (set to a conservative 20% by default). That will guarantee it's displayed assuming (1) above is right.

    ok i tried what you said but how do you shrink the film down?

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    Well, really you don't want to - the object is to frame the schots so the action is in the safe area. However, if you've frames it too large and really need to shrink it down use track motion.
    See the track header, look at the icon 2 across from the track name - it's got two recatangles one overlaying the other and a little arrow. Hover over that - the baloon help shudl say "Track Motion"
    Click to open the track motion window
    Ensure the "Lock Aspect Ratio" and "Scale around Center (sic)" buttons along the top are depresssed (not as in requiring Vallium, you know what I mean)
    Hover over a corner of the recatngle in the large area and the cursor should change to a circle.
    Click and drag to scale.
    Tim

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