Originally Posted by danlw2
Question about zone alignment... does it cause image tearing? For example, if I had a single pixel vertical line that scrolled across the screen, would it momentarily disappear as it crosses into adjacent zones? Or would the line appear as a broken line if one zone is adjusted left and the zone below is left untouched? Or is the projector able to keep the picture continuous across the entire screen?
I suspect the projector keeps the image continuous... having several missing pixels in zone borders would surely be visible in content...
If you scroll up a page or two you'll see that after Colozeus did his zone alignment, he took the picture of the quick brown fox pattern again and it looks fantastic. You cant get something like that if you're missing pixels.
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