video files created by VS9 are too wide

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video files created by VS9 are too wide

Post by dv_sno »

Hi all,

Due to a total crash of my Windows, I had to re-install all my programs, including VS9. Since then, the video files I make (in the "share" sub-menu) are too wide, and/or too short. Playing around with all the options I could find failed to solve the problem.

Many of you guys know more than I do. Any suggestions?
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Post by Ron P. »

Please complete your System Information in your profile. Clicking on this button -->Image will take you to a short tutorial, explaining how to find and complete that information. This way it will always be available, and will save you from retyping it in the future.

I could list some questions that would narrow down the scope, however I think the above will provide some of the necessary information to proceed on..;)

However since you posted this in the Microsoft Vista forum, I will say that if you are trying to run such an old version as 9, on a Vista machine, you're probably going to do good, just to getting it to run at all. VS9 was not made for, and there are no patches made for running it on Vista. About the only solution would be running it under WinXP compatibility mode, disabling the Themes, and using Windows Classic appearance, disabling UAC (User Account Control). Even with that, there is simply no guarantee it will function properly.

Just located your Duplicate Post in the VideoStudio Forum. Please try to post in the proper forum, and refrain from double posting.

To avoid confusion and duplication of answers I'm locking this thread..
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