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Old September 2nd, 2003, 04:39 PM
rbowren rbowren is offline
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REDUCE IMAGE TO FIT TV. SETTING ???? QUESTION ABOUT IT????



? DOES THAT MEAN THAT IT WILL VARY DEPENDING ON WHAT SIZE TV. YOU
WATCH IT ON ? OR SHOULD IT BE THE SAME ON ALL TV's REGARDLESS OF
SCREEN SIZE ? ON pictures that were taken side to side the normal way
the for the most part fill up the screen but the ones taken up & down
have alot of black on both sides & the only fix I know is to crop it
to get it to fill the screen but you loose alot of picture.
Would it help with that ?
I hate spending all that time creating & wasteing disks to find out
now your pictures not all there!
Just about done with this program it's frustrated me enough gonn' try
something else just so I will know for sure if it's me, the software,
my prossessor ect. GOTTA' KNOW you know how that is but ususally it
ends up being the program & they just make excuses instead of just
telling it like it is so people don't pull their hair out & waste
their time.



> Hi,
> Reduce image to fit is for use if you find the show does not fit
the tv screen perfectly. If you are losing some picture (off screen)
you can increase the %. If the picture does not fill the screen
reduce the %.
> Beta is a program that may not yet be stable it could still need
modifying (still in the creation stage). So you may encounter bugs in
it. When all bugs have been fixed then it will be released as a final
bug free (hopefully) version.
> JG
>


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