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    hi,
    i have successfully edited my first hd movie and sent the competed movie back to the camera all thanks to your help on here my next question is how do i make the best dvd copy i have tried rendering the hd movie on the timeline to mpeg 2 using dvd architect but i end up with black border all round on the dvd. help would be much appreciated again thanks

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    Hmmm, I am not sure....I hope someone with more skills comes alongs and helps you out. I'm new, so I don't know much about all of this. I use a film editing program called VideoPad and it doesn't seem to have black borders except for on my intro which is just the way I made it I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garycake View Post
    hi,
    i have successfully edited my first hd movie and sent the competed movie back to the camera all thanks to your help on here my next question is how do i make the best dvd copy i have tried rendering the hd movie on the timeline to mpeg 2 using dvd architect but i end up with black border all round on the dvd. help would be much appreciated again thanks
    You need to describe that in more detail. Or better yet, upload it to youtube and post of link of your results. I suspect you're referring to letterboxing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by garycake View Post
    black border all round on the dvd
    Looks like you have both letter- and pillarboxing. You need to render 16:9 and make the DVD 16:9, too...


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    Thanks janke that was all i needed to do

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