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Old Oct 09, 2012, 08:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Tom Frank View Post
The video out fills the entire width of a 4:3 aspect ratio frame, with only the black letterbox borders top and bottom. What ever program you are using to display the image, it has to be displaying the letter boxed 4:3AR image in a new 16:9AR ratio frame sized so the height of the 4:3AR image fill the full height of the 16:9 AR frame (if that makes any sense to you. This is not the camera output that is adding the side black borders.
Tom, as I mentioned it's not just him, I have seen this effect on both TV's I've used my 808 #16v2 with. There is a small, but noticeable, pillow boxing of the 16:9 image within the 4:3 frame. I can only imagine that some units have less overscan or some displays are hiding a larger percentage of the sides in overscan.

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So everyone cannot be appeased by what the camera is doing. It is what it is, and I don't think it can be changed with FW anyway, so I'd suggest trying to get used to it.
Thanks, that's all I need to know. I'll shut up on this topic now.
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