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16:9 to 4:3


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is there any way to make a 16:9 / 2:35:1 into 4:3 so it will go full screen on my ipod?
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If you have Nero, you can set the output to 4:3
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i have nero 6 ultra edition. what do i do?
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Click start smart, click make dvd movie, click make movie, click browse, locate the file, click + to add it to the time line, click more, click video options, dvd video, put the dot in 4:3 (aspect ratio), set the encoding to high quality 2 pass, click OK, click no if it asks to make this the default setting, (default is usually set to automatic)

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is this for burning dvd's tho because i wat to rip a dvd at 4:3 so it will go fullscreen on my ipod. could i do that with imToo DVD ripper because ive got the trial and it looks okay. is it worth buying?
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Once you get the file on to the hard drive, set those, click export and it will make the file mpeg 2 for DVD

You will find the file in nerovision folder, exported video

Never heard of the other one
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