I'm using TMPGEnc to encode video-CD compliant MPEG files and VCDeasy to burn them. At this point I have many videos/clips on my HD and it's getting full. From most of these files, which are mostly full-screen, I want to make video-cd's. Now, I'm worried that most TV's will not display 100% of the VCD-image and will crop about 5% off the sides/margins (since I read this somewhere). Is this really the case, not the case? And if it is: Can I prevent the occurance of this with TMPGEnc, perhaps by resizing differently?(as resize filter, now I use "Full screen, keep aspect ratio") I don't want to loose image display when not playing it by my PC (especially not when there are for example burned subtitles in the lower part - or in music videos: band, title in lower part). Perhaps you'll think: just test it. And that wouldn't be a strange remark. But: - Wouldn't know how to solve it. - I don't have a DVD-player yet, and when I do, I don't want to see everything I burned isn't done well. I know that a lot of people use TMPGEnc, so please tell me about your experiences. Thanks for any replies.