I'm editing DV video files that, when I look at the specs on the file, says that the dimensions are 720 x 480. Common sense tells me that I shouldn't necessarily have to end up with a DVD that only covers about 1/3rd of my final viewing screen, but perhaps common sense has little to do with it. Much like the lack of it in the US Congress. However, that's what I'm ending up with right now. Is that just the way it is, or are there settings that I can make when importing or exporting that will allow me to fill up my Windows media screen a bit more with the final movie?
I'm using CS5, intel core 2 quad CPU Q6600 2.40GHz 64bit system with 3gb of RAM.
DVD is 720x480.
> fill up my Windows media screen
I don't do such, but I think there is an option in media player to expand to full screen instead of the actual resolution... which, of course, means the video will not look as good since it will be somewhat blurry