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I captured a bunch of VHS tape using an analog-to-DV-video capture device (a SONY DVMC-DA2 media converter). The result was a huge 720x480 .avi file. I first converted this to an .mp4 file. I am trying to produce a 4x3 DVD from the .mp4 using videopad. I am struggling with getting the settings right, so that the DVD provides an image that is full screen in a 4x3 window. So far no luck. Can someone please suggest a process to getting this created? While we're at it, is there a way to reset all videopad parameters to default, to be sure I am starting out well? Thanks! Steve
Relative newbie here. My slides have 4x3 aspect ratio, so exporting the slideshow at 1920 wide, the height should be 1440. However, when I try to set 1920x1440 as a custom resolution, PhotoStage says "Please enter a height that is no more than 1080." As PhotoStage export other aspect ratios with more than 1080 in height, this limitation seems arbitrary. Of course I can use 2560x1440 but this puts wide black bars on the sides. Of course, it's possible I'm missing some basic insight here.
I need to create a 4x3 video, cropped from an area of a 16x9 original. I used the crop tool, selected to force a 4x3 aspect ratio, and selected "zoom to cropped region". The crop looks correct and fullscreen in the preview window, but in the resulting 4x3 video, the crop is NOT fullscreen. What's going on?