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Why did iDVD stretch the menu after burning?

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Made my video in iMovie and then exported the large file to iDVD. Made a menu via iDVD then burned the disc. My footage is 16x9 SD and looks fine. But for some reason the menu I created is stretched with parts of the text on the menu running off the sides of the frame. I have a 720p television. Anybody know why this is happening?
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