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Watching DVD's in Widescreen.

Posted on 2001-06-06
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When I put a DVD (The Matrix) into the DVD player and play it, it automatically goes into widescreen and I cant see all of the film. How do I turn Widescreen off? I've tried everything that I can think of from - looking through the menu in the DVD software I use - TO - Trying to change it from the menu on the DVD.
What do I do?
PLS HELP.
***DANIEL***
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by:danielbeardsley
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PLS Help me with my WIDESCREEN IN DVD Dilemma!!
***DANIEL***
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magarity earned 50 total points
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Umm, I don't have a copy of this movie, but is it one of the ones where widescreen is one side of the disc and pan&scan on the other side?
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What dvd software are you using?
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Thankyou very much for your help, I really appreciate it mate!
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