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When i watch movies on my computer they're very clear, But when i burn them they don't look as crisp on my flat screen. Why is this? Thanks

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If your TV is a lot bigger than your computer, it will be like that because it is stretching the same video to fit your tv.
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Actually, it's because the resolution on the monitor is much greater than a TV. It has to do with dots per inch. The more DPI, the better the picture. TV's are (I think) like 740 by 6 something, whereas a monitor is upwards of 1020 by 740.
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