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Old 13 Jan 2005, 08:55 AM   #1
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Default Same noob, new question (re: WMV)

For anyone that frequents here, you've probably seen all my posts about me trying to burn WMV that have a widescreen aspect.

Sonic myDVD burns fine...except it doesn't keep the widescreen aspect and squishes everything to 4:3. I researched Sonic's website and it confirms that myDVD is not able to encode widescreen formats (which is pretty silly if you ask me).

So then someone suggested I use NeroVision, as NeroVision will keep the widescreen aspect...except for one problem: Nero will not convert WMVs because of copy protection! The thing is, I'm not even trying to copy something you have to pay for. It's a bunch of shorts I downloaded that are offered on the net for FREE, yet because of the WMV format, they have protection.

So any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 13 Jan 2005, 07:16 PM   #2
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"Nero will not convert WMVs because of copy protection!"

Are these the SAME .WMVs that Sonic would burn (albeit incorrect format), or does Sonic also decline to burn these?
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