Originally Posted by DIESEL758
The images fit perfect except the spill over from the black bars. Iam not worried so much about projecting a 16:9 image in 2:35.1 or 2:40.1 as I am havering those 2 AR looking right. I had looked into the DVDO but iam not sure if it will correct that problem. The mini3D is just out of my budget. I guess really iam just looking for a way to eliminate the black bar spill on the walls.
The light coming out of your projector is 16:9 in aspect ratio. A video processor cannot stop that light from coming out. All it can do is electronically blank any picture there, replacing it with black bars. Since you're already talking about the black bars on letterboxed movies, you'll gain no benefit from a video processor.
The only way to eliminate the extra light spill is to add an anamorphic lens in front of the projector, which will physically reshape the light into 2.35:1 shape. Your picture will then appear horizontally stretched, at which point you need a video processor to electronically correct the picture geometry. (Many projectors have this v-stretch feature built in these days too.)
If a Radiance Mini 3D is out of your price range, an anamorphic lens will be as well.
A much more affordable solution is to add black fabric masking material above and below your screen, which will absorb the light and make the black letterbox bars less noticeable.