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Video resizing help

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by fooktheusername, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. fooktheusername

    fooktheusername Member

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    Hi,

    Wonder if anyone can help, I'm trying to create a video from Youtube. I've downloaded the video from YT using a Firefox extension then using Nero Vision to edit it. The problem is, the video is coming out so small, even if I select the resolution in the options in Nero to TV Widescreen 720 x 576 the video is still coming out really small. Does anyone know how I can make the video a lot bigger?

    Cheers
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    What resolution is the source, what resolution does Nero put out.
    You have a link to the source?
     
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    Hi, thanks for the reply, its not letting me link the video but on YT it says 240p or if you go onto YT and type in "Destiny For Frank Bruno" it will come up.


    In Nero, the option are: 720x576, 1280x720, 1440x1080 & 1920x1080, Ive tried the first 3 and the actual video comes out really small.

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    attar Senior member

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    I don't use Nero, but I think it's creating 'Quarter D1' DVD.
    If the size is 352x288 (are you in a PAL country?) then that's what it is.
    If you burn the disk and play back on your TV it should still fill the screen.

    It's making the closest legal DVD resolution from the source material.
    Unless you can find a way to force the output to full D1 (which is PAL 756 x 480) I would leave it as is - you might find the output quality falls off more if you force it to half or full D1.
     
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    I think you can just reduce the size of original video but enlarge it.
     

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