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Old 3 Apr 2003, 12:39 PM   #1
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How to do to eliminate the black bars of a film "
wildscreen " without causing deformed images. I use DIVX 5.03
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Old 6 Apr 2003, 05:23 PM   #2
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ive got only one thing to say,do not use DivX 5.0.3,its full of bugs.takev.5.0.2,choose 2-pass,and in divx options choose desired resoluton and bicubic filtering
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Old 9 Apr 2003, 04:09 PM   #3
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in output settings for the zoom option select custom. click apply and now you will see a green box around the movie which you can resize around the actual movie getting rid of the black bars.

be sure to use a resolution that will keep the proper aspect ratio or else it will look incorrect upon playback. Personaly I use 640 width for all my dvd's then the height depends on what aspect ratio the original dvd is. example... for my 2:35:1 dvd's I use 640x272 which is a perfect 2:35:1 out put.

btw, check out the other dvd ripping programs. There are a few which are alot better then dvdx. Personaly DVDx was my first then I went to faskmpeg and now since finding this forum Im playing with GK.
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