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My Barcographics 808 doesn't quite manage [email protected] The entire image area is offset quite a bit to the left inside the raster. So much that I need to push the horisontal shift to the max almost. I guess that's not a good setting for the Barco so I don't use this resolution. However, as this is the highest resolution of my scaler, a Brite-View, I'd like to be able to use it.


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I've tried both port 5 and 3, but both show the offset. I prefer port 3 (as I'm one of those getting a much better image on that port), but unfortunately the offset is a bit worse on port 3.
 

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1280 x 720 would be a better resolution or something at abound 860 since you are in PAL country.

1024P is to high for a BG808.


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1280x1024 in 4:3 resolution is just fine on BG808s, which almost equals the 16:9 1280x720 resolution. Try to see if you have some postion controls on your scaler.


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Right, I am running 4:3, as the scaler has a vertical squeeze function.

I'm unsure if there are any position controls on the scaler's board.

Also, the PJ shows the same phenomena when I run from a HTPC.
 
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