Originally Posted by Gigabit256
Any HDTV flat panel has higher resolution than the Wii can output (by at least 50% and as much as 100% higher), so changing the width of the raster does change the horizontal DPI. The Wii's pixels will be "stretched out" over fewer of the panel's pixels. However, if you REALLY want to increase the DPI a lot, not just the horizontal, but the vertical as well, buy the smallest flatpanel TV you can find!
Ah, so instead of cropping the image, it is being squished, resulting in skinny people and circles that become ovals, like I mentioned in my first post in this thread. Is that right? I guess I just wasn't sure if the wii 4:3 output was cropping or squishing. I suppose I could have tried it myself but I've been too busy to play lately.
Would op ever watch an anamorphic dvd in 4:3 mode just to get a minor sharpness improvement, even though the geometry is now out of whack? I can't imagine one would do that with a dvd and to me the same applies with a video game. I will now exit the thread with a