Hi, I'm new to these forums so if this thread should be located somewhere else just point that out to me so that I don't post in the wrong places. Basically, I watch a lot of fansubbed anime. All of the subs are hardcoded into every AVI that I have. When I try to watch them on my TV (I have a DivX/XviD DVD Player) the subtitles are cut off from all sides, left, right, and bottom sides. I can see them minimally. I know this can be fixable through the service menu, but that would require a service remote or getting some technician to come in and do it for me. I don't want the service remote because that's about $60 for simply fixing the overscan amount on one maybe two TVs. I don't want to deal with any technician because I just talked to one and he told me that it's very very dangerous and I shouldn't even operate the TV and that I should quickly take it over for a free estimate, in other words, he was expelling salesman bull through the phone lines and into my ear. Anyway, I'm looking for a somewhat quick way to add some black bars around the video so that the black bars get cut off instead. I'm thinking it should be somewhat easy to "resize" the video resolution but instead of stretching the video, the extra space would just be black. Does anyone know of a program that might be able to do this? I have a lot of anime that I would like to have on DVD and be able to see the subtitles until I finally learn Japanese Thanks in advance!