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ipod touch movie wont play fullscreen


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I ripped star wars to test my ipod movie player. everything works fine and it plays and everything but when you double tap the screen it doesnt switch to fulll screen.

so my question is does the movie have to be full screen to start with to switch between full and widescreen or did i screw something up when I made the movie.
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ok if the movie is full screen or widescreen it doesnt matter. double tapping seems to work when i used a different program to make it.

I used a program called handbrake to make the movie using its ipod settings and it works as it should. Before I was using a program called Super C wich makes them a little better quality but I lose the full screen double tap on my ipod. they both have ipod settings but for whatever reason the movies created with super c will not switch to full screen.

strange. oh well. ill just use handbrake then
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