john.wendel at metnet.navy.mil
Thu Apr 13 17:33:25 UTC 2006
Kanwar Ranbir Sandhu wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-10-04 at 13:01 -0500, J. K. Cliburn wrote:
>>On 4/10/06, Kanwar Ranbir Sandhu <m3freak at rogers.com> wrote:
>>If it's the thin line at the very bottom, it'll be below the viewable
>>region of your television screen when you play the video. You won't
>>be able to see it.
> I forgot about that - thanks for reminding me. But, I'm looking to
> create DVDs and keep AVIs (or whatever) saved on a media server.
> Watching the videos on a computer screen, CRT or LCD, will mean I'll be
> able to see the distortion. I'd rather it wasn't there at all.
> That being said, I'm starting to ignore the thin strip, so maybe I'll
> leave it in.
> Thanks for replying.
Not really a hi-tech solution, but I always fix this problem by taping
a piece of black cardboard across the bottom of the monitor or TV.
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