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Widescreen to Fullscreen?


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"The following minimum configuration is required to run SUPER©.v2007.build.21(Jan.4,2007) on your PC.

o One of the following OS: Windows© 98 (second edition), Windows© ME (final release)
Windows© 2000, Windows© XP, Windows© 2003, Windows© Vista.
SUPER©.v2007.build.21(Jan.4,2007) is NOT suitable to run in a Windows emulator environment like WINE or similar
o Full admin rights within an admin session (for NTkernel OS).
o At least 1800 MHz Intel® Pentium4 processor or equivalent. (64-bit CPU not supported)
o 512MB of RAM or more.
o 20GB of free Hard disk space or more.
o 1024 x 768 video resolution or larger.
o 32,000-color video or more.
o IE 5.5 or later.
o Internet connection. "



512MB is the minimum requirement and mine is only 256MB
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Is Nero always slow

Where you changed to 4:3, below that is quality, try it at super long play
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hum...didn't seem to do much for me (still have like a 80 hours until finish) but I'll let it run for about 2-3 hours and see what happens......

I've only used Nero for burning ISO images and watching movies and it goes at a normal-fast speed, but I can't say if Nero Vision is going slow because this is the first time I've used it.

EDIT: What do you these sites:
http://www.windowsmo...px?PostID=45322
http://www.arcacy.com/letterboxer/

Edited by leedownen123, 19 February 2007 - 11:28 AM.

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You can try movie maker, if it runs at a similar speed then it is down to RAM

Have you got access to a PC with more RAM and Nero or Super encoder

Super will have more encoding settings
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I don't have access to a computer with more RAM, but I'm having a problem with Windows Movie Maker 2. When I try to load the AVI file in Windows Movie Maker 2, it says I don't have the codecs for it. Where can i download the codecs from?
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Install VLC

http://www.filehippo.com/download_vlc/

Then check movie maker

If it still wants a codec

http://www.filehippo...ite_codec_pack/
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hum....I have 2 questions?

1.) How do I export/save a bunch of little clips in windows movie maker as 1 big video?

2.) Either reinstalling Nero or installing VLC player and KLite Codec Pack made all the movies I watch in Nero Showtime all pixilated. (All my other media players work fine.)
So, how would I fix Nero Showtime 3

Edited by leedownen123, 20 February 2007 - 06:44 AM.

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Select the files and add them to the clip bin, then drag and drop them in the order you want to the timeline

Use add remove to start the uninstall of Nero, if it has a repair option, use that, if it does not, cancel the uninstall

VLC and the codec pack are smaller programmes so easier to remove and re-install to find out which is causing the pixelation
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I just decided to buy a DVD Burner and burn them to a DVD and watch them in a regular DVD player than on my MP4 player.....
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Hi

I've been reading some other forums on how to convert avi movies from widescreen to fullscreen and it seems pretty difficult and is still unclear to me. So I was wondering how do I take an AVI file that is widescreen and convert it to fullscreen? Is it even possible?

Now I prefer widescreen on a tv, but these movies of mine are going to watched on a MP4 player, so I wanted them in fullscreen format.


Try using this tool to convert widescreen to fullscreen.
http://www.yasasoft.com/
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Which tool...the YASA Video Converter? Have you had any experience with this tool because I don't think I could use it without a little help....(but I could try)
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