I'm having some difficulties here and would greatly appreciate help from anyone who knows anything about the MPEG 2 format and/or Adobe Premiere Pro. Here's my situation: I have downloaded some MPEG 2 files that I intend on editing together using Adobe Premiere Pro and ultimately hope to export onto DVD for player viewing. When I view the individual files in certain software programs they appear to look normal, despite being encoded at 352x480. Once I edit the filea in Adobe Premiere Pro, export the final to DVD, and play it back in a program such as Power DVD, the image clearly appears to be vertically stretched. I realize this method of encoding is common, but shouldn't Power DVD should have compensated for this? Is there any setting in Premiere that can alter this ratio when exporting to DVD so it will not be vertically stretched in any software? Thanks in advance.