Hello, all. I have an XBR970.
I've had this issue for quite a while. My problem goes away after 30 minutes when the tv warms up, but I don't think I should accept that. Long story short, when I start up a my cold tv and display an anamorphic widescreen image in "FULL" mode (480p/480i), it appears that the right side of the screen doesn't quite reach the edge of the tv, causing a green hue. Only the top right corner reaches the edge and looks okay. Oddly enough, this is only a problem in 480i/480p FULL mode, and it goes away in about 30 minutes or so. Obviously, if the top right corner reaches the edge and the rest doesn't, the clear choice would be to correct the geometry on the lower right somehow. Unfortunately, all attempts to do so has messed up the rest of my geometry settings big time, so I don't consider that an option anymore. Looking at a crosshatch pattern, I definitely see slanting on the right border. I guess my question is this: is that slant from a damaged raster edge? If the raster is just a damaged "canvas" for an image, can I scoot the raster over a notch and move the image back to where it was with the MID settings to sit on a healthier raster part, or is that a pointless venture? I really don't wanna move the image in global settings because everything is centered quite well right now. And I'd hate to have to go to all my resolutions (including NTSC, and ATSC programming) and scoot images back to center.
(By the way, stretching the image with MID settings to push the annoying green hue off the screen isn't a healthy option at this point. It bumps icons from the Wii menu off the screen, and people's heads from DVDs look fatter than usual.)
Since it's an anamorphic widescreen issue, maybe I should concentrate on adjusting the 4x3 image in NORMAL mode somehow. I'm really confused. 720p and 1080i stuff in true widescreen don't suffer from this "tv-has-to-warm-up" problem. Any ideas? (I know this has been a long post. Sorry.)
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