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iDVD 07 Widescreen Issues...again

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I am using Idvd version 7.0.2. I used IMovie to edit a 16:9 project, and set IDvd to a 16:9 project as well. As I've read on other threads, when I test the "DVD" in iDVD, it looks fine. When I play an actual burnt DVD on my 4:3 TV, the sides are chopped off to fix the screen instead of letterboxing the video to keep it widescreen. There seem to be some solutions for earlier versions of iDVD. Does anyone have a specific solution for iDVD ver 7? Thanks!
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