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Maintaining source dimension
Brandon Hoffman  
Posted : Wednesday, July 28, 2004 11:09:26 AM(UTC)
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How is it possible to maintain the source dimension when converting my media files?
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Posted : Wednesday, July 28, 2004 11:10:44 AM(UTC)
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The output dimension of the converted file depends on the format selected.

For AVI:
The output dimension is always the same as the file you are converting.

The output dimension depends on the type of MPEG you want. For instance, if you are converting your file to write to a DVD then you may select MPEG-2 DVD (NTSC) or MPEG-2 DVD (PAL) depending on the picture standard used by you. This shall create a standard complaint output file for DVD burning. To select your own dimension (non-standard), select `Custom MPEG-1' or `Custom MPEG-2' and then specify the required dimension.

Remember that custom MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 dimension are not standard and you cannot burn them on a VCD, SVCD or DVD. However, you can play them on your computer.

For Windows Media 9:
The output dimension depends on the selected profile. If you want to publish your converted file to the internet then you must select a profile that enables your target audience to view them at their internet connection speed. The profile defines the dimension and you cannot change them.
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