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i've got exactly the same problem... did you eventually find a solution?
Thanks for your answer...
well i ended up exporting the movie from premier as a microsoft dv avi so that iDVD could import it. lost my 1440x1080 res but i guess that's what happens when you want to use plain old dvd...
good luck with your project.
Using HD source, I'd recommend making a Blu-ray anyway. Else you lose the main advantage of shooting HD.
exactly, jim. in my period of temporary insanity trying to get the project submitted in time, i had forgotten about the limitations of dvd.
on another topic altogether i've had a peek at the thread on film look and the dv2film website. nice one. on my project i needed to remove an unintended vignette effect from about 8 clips but the process just seemed too daunting. one of these days...
>i needed to remove an unintended vignette effect
The only way I can think to do that is to scale the clip till the black goes away. Not a pretty picture.
i already tried exporting as an avi (my camera is not HD, it's a sony PC 350) but i filmed in widescreen, and the footage ended up being all kinda squeezed... i don't see anyway of changing the format, as my idvd project was widescreen as well...
did someone experienced that? any solution?