I've finished some animations in 3ds MAX that I want to render out in a widescreen format. Thereafter I will edit it in Final Cut Pro and at last I will put it on a DVD together with some other footage that is 4:3. My plan is therefore to render it in some kind of widescreen format (like 16:9) and thereafter add it on a 4:3 project in Final Cut Pro. I know I don't get a widescreen format then, but at least it looks so on a normal 4:3 tv or computer. It is to advanced for me to combine the 4:3 footage with the widescreen footage on a single DVD (I don't even know if it is possible in my DVD authoring program (Ulead DVD Workshop), it is therefore I do it this way. But my question is what should my settings be? 1. What should the pixel aspect ratio be? Is the pixel aspect ratio the same if the picture aspect ratio change? 2. What widescreen format should I use (16:9) 3. I am also rendering some animations in 4:3 should I use the size: 720x576? 4. Should the widescreen animations also have a width on 720? The reason to why I am confused is because of this site, [link=http://www.uwasa.fi/~f76998/video/conversion/]Conversions[/link], and I am not sure of what that will look best? I'm using PAL! Anyone who could give me a short answer?