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    Default Regarding converting photo to Vcd

    Hi everybody! I'm using Ixus 400 taking picture at the highest resolution(superfine), setting the photo to large(2272x1704) and using Nero6. My problem is when i converting the photos to Vcd slideshow, the picture is very blur on tv. Is there any ways to make my photo look sharper on Tv? Thanks

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    Default Re: Regarding converting photo to Vcd

    It will always look "blur" if you convert to the VCD format. Try the DVD format instead. The picture quality will be much better.

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    Default Re: Regarding converting photo to Vcd

    Quote Originally Posted by kietgnoel
    It will always look "blur" if you convert to the VCD format. Try the DVD format instead. The picture quality will be much better.

    ok i will gib it a try thanks

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    Default Re: Regarding converting photo to Vcd

    Be aware that PAL specs require a downsizing of the photos to fit the screen. So if you do it before hand and sharpen it'll help somewhat.

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    Default Re: Regarding converting photo to Vcd

    VCD is also limited to 99 pix, and no real "menu".

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    Default Re: Regarding converting photo to Vcd

    Quote Originally Posted by shojibake
    Be aware that PAL specs require a downsizing of the photos to fit the screen. So if you do it before hand and sharpen it'll help somewhat.
    erm...den how? use NTSC? or resize to wat size den use PAL? btw, use Jpg format right? Thanks.
    Last edited by joel9978; 18th July 2006 at 11:38 AM.

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    Default Re: Regarding converting photo to Vcd

    Quote Originally Posted by 2100
    VCD is also limited to 99 pix, and no real "menu".
    funny leh, i tried Dvd oso limit to 99pix.

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