I am having difficulty setting up a video to display properly on a 4:3 screen. All my attempts crop off the left and right sides to fill the screen verticly.
My source is 624x352 XviD square pixels and this is for NTSC
Question 1: What is the native resolution a source should be for DVD 16:9 video?
Is it 720x360 non-square
Question 2: Is 16:9 mpg2 video actually 720x480 on disk and the player is either streatching it out horizontally to fit a true 16x9 display, or squashing it verticly to letterbox it on a 4:3 display?
Question 3: What do I need to set in TMPGEnc to get my 624x352 XviD square pixels to letterbox properly on a 4:3?
Select Format: NTSC(16:9)
Aspect Ratio: 1:1(VGA)
Clip Frame>Arrange Settings>Arrange Method: ??
I tried Full Screen but that cropped the edges like I mentioned.
Thanks very much for any help!