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Is the TV attached to the set-top player with an HDMI cable, giving your the full 1080?
How is the TV set to display 16:9? There are often several ways that it can be set, and some BD and DVD players also have that capability.
Note: when going to DVD-Video, you will ONLY have 720 x 576 (PAL), and either Standard 4:3, or Widescreen 16:9, and will NOT have the full 1080. That would only be on a BD. The DVD will only be SD, and not HD, though your Source Footage is HD Anamorphic.
HiIcreated with APE10 a new short video andall variants of output a video:
a) hard drive -VAIO Content Explorer burn DVD
(MPEG2 1440x1080i 25, MPEG2 1920x1080i 25, 1080i HDTV 25)
bdirectly output to DVD with APE10 (-
All videos have been written correctly and the TV screen was full filled to capacity.