Hello synonymous after some search, I found no answer to my current problem.
16:9 I have pictures with my DVD recorder made. ZDF broadcasts and of my camcorder.
I run this DVD on the PC, playing the Media Player, Power DVD synonymous than 5.0 only in this DVD from 4:3.
I read this DVD with TempGEnc that this program identified the disc correctly and reports a 16:9 recording. Copies TempGEnc the video but on the hard drive before I cut the pieces to burn a new DVD, it will be later of TMPGEnc synonymous identified only as 4:3. A play this video file in any player will only be displayed as 4:3. The only exceptions, Nero Showtime, the program plays the file in from 16:9.
So I have a test done and the cut scenes with TempGenc created and burned. This DVD is followed by the media player correctly.
What should I keep them now. Are the codes from the recorder so bad, or what caused this chaos?
And if so, what should be the purchase of a new DVD recorder because careful cooking or synonymous to each manufacturer's own soup? 16:9 I always thought would be a standard?
Antwort von Markus:
16:9 I always thought would be a standard?
That's true synonymous, but not everyone adheres s.gegebene standards. Some players consider PAR data within a video file (PAR = Pixel Aspect Ratio), while others are not. As you've already found out, different approaches can lead to different results.
At best you will find a way to to do exactly what you intend. What this is, I could not see your posting.
Hi Markus, thank you for the hint, but in my thread, I actually meant that I am surprised that my DVD recorder recordings pure s.PC not run as a 16:9 video. I now come to the conclusion that these DVDs, I immediately re-read with TempGen new and needs to create, so they probably get the usual standard, because after that it is the same program this DVD videos right as a video file on the HD test. Previously, although the DVD Urrsprungs recognized as 16:9, but the raw data came only as 4:3 on the HD. Why Nero Showtime as a single program this DVD recorder correctly indicating it is more likely that it's of a burning software comes forth.
Antwort von Markus:
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Previously, although the DVD Urrsprungs recognized as 16:9, but the raw data came only as 4:3 on the HD [d].
If stored MPEG files do not have the right formats, you can easily patch.