dvd architect

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    • #41033
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      well, i though i was making progress when i finally made menus and burned off a dvd, but apparently not. when i play the dvd in a standalone player, the screen is cropped. almost like it zooms in on the screen instead of displaying the full movie. if the video was 4×4 it would zoom into the center and show about a 3×3. about 25% of the video is cut out. i let dvda do the converting from mpg files so i dont know why its screwed. please help me! i need to free up some space on my hard drive and get these files burned off.

    • #174955
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      Are you also useing Vegas? Make sure your not going outside the safe area. You can check it in the video preview

    • #174956
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      no, i just have a bunch of old anime shows i wanted to make a menu to select episodes and create dvd. i know about the safe area in dvda because i noticed that when i made the first disc and the menu was cropped. so i went back in and moved everything in. but the videos are just there in dvda and get converted when i click ‘prepare disc’ so i cant stay inside any safe area. is there a program i could use to render them into the safe area so that all the video will show?

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      if you have vegas render in it and the open the files in dvda. that should fix the problem

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