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The LVW-1105HC+ does have a drawback in that it does not store the aspect ratio flag on a DVD recording, which means that if you record widescreen content flagged as 16:9, the DVD recorder will flag it as 4:3, which will result in a 4:3 stretched looking picture during playback. The first thing you can try doing is see if there is a stretch option on the TV to stretch the picture to fill the screen. Most 16:9 TV’s have this feature and would result in your DVD recordings looking as they should. However, if your TV does not have such an option, there are two methods you can try to overcome this issue.
The first first method would involve setting your Freeview box to 4:3 Letterbox before making the transfer to DVD (if you Freeview box has this Aspect ratio mode). This would result in a recorded 16:9 picture including the top & lower black bars in the picture. When you play this back, most TVs will stretch the 16:9 image in the frame to fill the screen, since the vast number of widescreen VHS recordings have have the unused black portions in each frame. Unfortunately, this method results in lost picture quality, since instead of recording a full frame, the DVD recorder stores the 16:9 image along with the upper & lower unused portions of the frame.
The 2nd method is to record as you have been doing up until now, but then use a software tool such as IFOEdit to change the Aspect ratio in the recording to 16:9. This can be done without re-encoding the title, however it will mean having to rip the contents off the disc and write it back with this flag set. This means that if you choose this method, I would recommend using a rewritable disc to make the recording and then use a write once disc to store the recording after editing the Aspect ratio on the PC.