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Hey,


Just a thought. I know that iScan PRO added the ability to sqeeze content - which basically allows displays (e.g., RPTVs) that have no aspect ratio (i.e., stretching controls) to view the image properly.


As I understand it, some RPTVs (are there other types of devices with this problem?) lock into full mode when they get a progressive signal.


The iScan PRO, for example provides a horizontal squeeze for this purpose, right? It's basically allowing 4:3 material to be properly viewed on 16:9 screens.


How important is this for a doubler? What types of displays do not offer aspect ratio control for progressive component inputs?


Is this something that would cause someone to get iScan V1 vs. iScan PRO (forget the other features for a minute)?
 
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