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I just returned my 42" LG LCD TV (42lg55) and i took a Panasonic Plasma TH42pz80 (thc42d18) instead. HD Hockey game were just too horrible on the LCD. Fast motions were displayed like smeared and fuzzy and hockey players were like ghost at high speed.

With the new plasma, everything is perfect and fluid. Maybe the LG wasn't a good one... i don't know......

I have a picture aspect called H-Fill on the Pany and i don't understand what it is doing. I looked in the manual and it is still unclear. Is anybody can expalin it to me? Thanks
 

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All flat panel TVs I've looked at have a zoom level function that allows the user to fill the screen with an image even if the image is not of the same aspect ratio as the set itself. Of course there two things to consider when stretching an image like this. The first is that the items in the picture will be stretched to and the second is that some of the picture may have to be cut off (either from the top and bottom or from the left and right).


H.Fill I believe is a compromise between these two things, where the image is only slightly cut from the top and bottom and slightly stretched horizontally.


Here's a link:
http://www.panasonic.com/test/images...a_faq09_03.gif
 

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I'll take a look at it tonight... seems to be a good setting since it's a compromise...... not too much part of the screen cut off and not too much distorsion....
 

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i think that is what the manual recommends and it is equally good as h-fill for avoiding IR. However, in just the stretching is non-linear and during some content it becomes annoying. so i switch between just and h-fill

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Originally Posted by FAUguy /forum/post/15475484


For 4:3 channels, isn't the 'Just' setting the best one to use?
 
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