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Perpetual stretch of 4:3 SD when displayed via MXO Mini

 
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lukeasacher
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 9:14 am    Post subject: Perpetual stretch of 4:3 SD when displayed via MXO Mini Reply with quote

Hello- running OS 10.6.8, MC 5.5.2, MXO Mini software/firmware 2.2.1- both MC and Vetura Playback display SD 4:3 DV 25 411 stretched- not pillarboxed. Anyone have the same issue? Thanks, Luke
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Matrox_Support_Joe
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2011 4:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In the Matrox application -> Video output (tab), verify the setting under Channel Behavior titled: 16:9 to SD Aspect Ratio. You likely have this set to 'anamorphic'. This stretches the image to fill up the screen.

Set it to 'letterbox' if you want to retain the 16:9 aspect ratio and don't care about not filling up the whole screen (black bars on top/bottom).

You can also set it to 'center cut' if you want to fill up the entire screen and cut off portions of the left/right part of the video. This setting will retain the original aspect ratio as well.
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