My projector is set up for 720p at 72 hz as its highest resolution. When I use 1080i standard HD settings, the image shifts to the right. I tried a phase adjustment, but that just remedies the internal pattern. How do I shift the image at other resolutions back to the center? Raster change is global. The raster is still centered. I tried image shift to no avail. There has to be an easy way to do this, I am just having a brain fart....
I don't think that working on XG's is that hard, it just requires patience. I have never worked with a different make or model, so I don't know how easy it can be, but this is more time consuming than difficult.
I had a similar problem, here's how I approached the answer:
I set raster centering based on my HD Receiver. The reason being that the timings of the HD signal are standard. I also made sure the HD box's image shift setting was at zero as well. So to do this, you set LIN and phase, zero static, and shift and then do the raster centering.
Then I did the HTPC, at 1280x720x72. To do this, I set the LIN and phase for this input and then used the timing adjustments for the Nvidia driver to center the image.
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