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YouTube is 16x9, iWeb is 4x3 ?


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Hi. I have video on youtube that I'd like on my iWeb site. The problem is the video on YouTube is 16 x 9 aspect ratio but on my iWeb page comes out 4 x 3 (leaving black on the top and bottom of the video frame). Does anyone know how to correct this?
The video I uploaded to YouTube is SD (standard def) 16 by 9, not HD.
All input is appreciated.
Thanks,
craig
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