Hi, I have a music video (that I made) that I have exported out of Liquid Blue (the editing software) as an elementary stream, which is fixed to 720x576 pixels. I want to convert it to an mpg1 for people to download from the net. It is in PAL 4:3 format, so I have selected the source aspect ratio as PAL 625 line (seeings it's the only other 4:3 PAL option apart from 704x576 and 4:3 Display). My question is, when making music video mpgs for the net, should I set the output ratio to VGA 1:1, or PAL 625 line 4:3. I know 1:1 is for viewing the video correctly on a computer, whereas the second is for viewing on a television, but I'm wondering is it normal to make the mpg for main viewing on a pc or a tv? All the music video mpgs I have ever downloaded seem to be ok on my TV, so I gathered maybe it's normal to encode for tv display rather than pc. So in case I've totally confused you, which I probably have, my question is, should I make the music video mpg aspect ration 1:1, for pc viewing only, or 4:3, ready for a vcd? Any help would be greatly appreciated!