My guess is - your Aspect Ratio is on Normal & should be on Full. Check that & hopefully everything will be fine.
|I thought 3SD Reform was for keystone correction; apparently it's more flexible than I thought. Do you know if it can horizontally squeeze a full-panel 4:3 image by 25%? This would be for watching 4:3 material with an anamorphic lens in place.[/b]|
|Originally posted by mraub|
Thanks AV Buyer, changing the setting to "FULL" filled the screen from side to side.
I know I'm not using the full resolution of the DLP panel at 16:9, but am I when viewing 4:3 with the HT1000 set for a 16:9 screen and aspect ratio set to "NORMAL", which fills the screen top to botton, with bars on each side. If not, is there a better setting for 4:3 material on a 16:9 screen?
|I will be using an anamorphic lens, which I want to leave in place. 4:3 material will then be stretched horizontally or compressed vertically. I want to know if the HT1000 can compensate by compressing horizontally.|
|Just to be sure, have you actually tried it - have you gotten a full height 4:3 image, pillarboxed, with tall skinny people?|
Thanks again [/b]