I made a new video that I hope streamlines the process better. There is still an issue with the recording device (Bandicam) that misframes the image, but I think this is an improvement over the previous video.
Start at 1:44 to begin the tutorial.
1.)Right Click on Nvidia Control Panel.
2.) Select Display>change Resolution
3.) Scroll down and click Customize
4.)Select "Create Custom Resolution
5.) Select Timings, set "Standard" mini menu to "Manual"
*Note: Automatic can be used with an Anamorphic Lens set up as it stretches the image similarly to a scaler.
6.) Set "Vertical lines" to a multiple of 8
(recommended): For 1080p image, set to "816", For 720p image, set to "544"
7.)Select Test, a pop up will appear to ask whether the new resolution works. Select "Apply" and the image will revert back to it's original resolution.
8.) Make sure the custom resolution you selected is checked on the left.
9.) Select the custom resolution you created, usually it has it's own "custom HD" settings" and apply
If anyone has an AMD/ATI video card, I encourage anyone to create a Catalyst Control Center version of creating custom resolutions.