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    Default Video formats

    I am having alot of trouble rendering my movies in a 16:9 format. Sometimes if I create a photo slide show, they show photo's that are quite obviously squeezed sideways. Also, any titling that I placed on the screen in wide mode somehow manages to partially overlay the photo's.

    I have also noticed that although I create the movie in Pal widescreen, when I render the picture, the preview panel looks as though it's rendering as a 4:3 and cannot seem to change this.

    I have now decided to both create and render in 4:3 format as opposed to trying to get 16:9. I ahve two questions from you experts......

    1. If I create as a PAL widescreen, why does the preview panel show a more square mode and how can I change this to render as a prper widescreen mode?

    2. If I create and render as a 4:3, when I play it on a widescreen TV, how can I prevent the image from distorting?

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    Default All sorted

    Ok - it's sorted now. Sat down with the manual and a cup of tea.

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    Apologies that no one was able to chip in, but glad you got it sorted.

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