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wideview without zooming

by rebs081 / February 1, 2009 5:08 AM PST

when watching a HD channel that is not in full screen width, how do you expand it to full screen width without zooming ? when I hit wideview it cuts off the bottom of the picture, like the news on the bottom they have school closings and or a scrolling weather or sports scores, it cuts these items off

Thanks for any help

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widescreen ?
by rebs081 / February 2, 2009 8:38 PM PST

anybody have any help with this question ? How do you change from 16/9 to wideview without the picture zooming ?
Thank you

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aspect
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / February 5, 2009 8:02 AM PST

rebs081,

When the incoming signal is in a 4:3 aspect ratio, you can't make that picture a wide picture without zooming. The native picture coming in might be able to be stretched, but that kind of processing has to be done with the cable/sat box, if that feature is available. Even then, your picture will be heavily distorted horizontally.

--HDTech

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thank you
by rebs081 / February 5, 2009 10:22 AM PST
In reply to: aspect

thank you for your reply I appreciate it

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