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Anamorphic and Non-Anamorphic DVDs

Many of the questions being raised by beginner Final Cut Pro Users in discussion forums, referring to Anamorphic and Non-Anamorphic video, arise from the fact that they don't have a clear understanding of some of the big terms that are being thrown around today. Words like: Non-Anamorphic (Letterboxed), Anamorphic, and possibly just as equally as important, they do not know how to distinguish between them.

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Before you make that DVD you're thinking about, Check out this visual representation of Anamorphic and Non-Anamorphic video being played back on various televisions that are 4:3 and 16:9. It will definitely give you clarity as to the appearance you are looking for.

We've all walked into Best Buy and seen an Anamorphic image being improperly played back on a 4:3 screen, not a good way to sell tv sets. Check it out the tutorial Anamorphic VS. Non-Anamorphic DVD.

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