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I asked FE about the aspect ratio of CS-1 for anamorphic lens on another thread. Some AL users may be interested in this topic, so I post it on this new thread again.




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Originally posted by Proust

Hi Shaun,


I found that it only has two display modes for 4:3 AL (anamorphic lens) on your document(please re: attachment).


1, Input: 4:3 Output: 16:9 (Scaling ratios: H= .75 V=1)


This mode is useless for most of the AL users. If I want to project 4:3 image, I can simply move the AL away. It is stupid to scaled down a 4:3 image horizontally, and lose the resolution on the left and right sides.


2, Input: 16:9 Output: 16:9 (Scaling ratios: H=1 V=1)


Does it mean that there is no change between the Input(anamorphic) and Output(anamorphic too)? What is the difference between this mode and the 4:3 display mode (input: 4:3 output: 4:3, H=1 V=1)?


I think the most useful AR for the AL users is to change letter box (16:9 or 2.35:1) image into anamorphic image. It means that the input (letter box) is expanded vertically to eliminate the black bars on the top and bottom.


Can it do this?

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The output Aspect ratio should match your screens aspect. I am not sure if I completely understand your questions. If you want to email me some detailed info on what you expected for AL aspect support I would be happy to forward it to our Product management team for consideration in a future firmware release. I believe that we plan on supporting your last question.



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This is from FE Engineering


If this user is going to remove his AL lens for 4:3 mode, then he can change the output aspect ratio to 4:3. Why would anyone want to change his lens when he changes sources?

For his second issue, he can use 16:9LB mode.
 

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Thank you Shaun.


For the second issue: Do you mean I can input 16:9LB and output 4:3 AL?It is perfect if it can change letterbox into anamorphic image.
 
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