|Originally posted by bootz|
at least not on WXIX - Cincinnati. They even displayed Fox High Resolution Widescreen at the opening of the movie, but all we get is a semi-stretched 4x3 version.
|Originally posted by patjoy|
It was presented in wide screen in boston area via WFXT, but became 4:3 in last 3 or 4 min. of the show.
|Originally posted by Ernie Smith|
My picture actually looked quite good. I have a 100" screen and it looked and sounded fine; I would say even better than my dvd does.
I hesitate straying from the norm but that was my experience here in Arcadia Calif, a suburb of Los Angeles.
|The picture in widescreen didn't look any better than the DVD.|
|Fox is delivering much better color bandwidth via component out than DVDs, cable, or other sources deliver via S-video, NTSC composite or RF.|