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You'll get the best quality if you reduce the size of those images, believe it or not. It has to do with the way to program must downsize all images to fit in a 720x480 non-square pixel space.
You should open a widescreen DV project and add to it photos that have been sized to 480 pixels tall (or 855 pixels wide if you want them to fill the screen but lose some of the tops and bottoms of the pictures) as well as your other standard DV. This will create a standard DV project -- which is what I assume you want, since you're creating a DVD.
If, on the other hand, you're creating a BluRay disc, those measurements would be different -- although if you're not using hi-def source video, you will get hi-def video regardless.
Thx Steve... but am a little confused by your reply... you say: "You should open a widescreen DV project...as well as your other standard DV. This will create a standard DV project"
So are you saying I should start 2 projects??!
Sorry. Brain freeze.
You should open a widescreen DV project and import into it your photos and video footage.
Does that make sense?
And whether that's a hi-def project or a standard widescreen DV project is based on whether you're going to out a DVD (which is standard video) or a BluRay disc (which is hi-def).
Thanks, that makes sense. Cheers