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Videos I Capture Are Too Wide

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#1 lt_dan


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Posted 30 December 2005 - 06:43 PM


I've finally gotten around to installing ULead Video Studio 7 SE Basic (about my third attempt at video capture card/software to make video clips for my website).

I can get video. Now I can get audio, now that I've gotten the right cable. I can get audio AND video together.

My problem is that the videos themselves (.mpgs) come out stretched when I play them back. They're too wide, as in stretched out. I can't find a setting that will make it turn out right.

It looks perfect in the little monitor window, but then when I take the .mpg file and play it in Windows Media Player, it's like it's a widescreen movie. Doesn't look right.

Any ideas?

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