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# 223872 21-Oct-2017 15:32
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I watched most of the first Outer Limits episode today. The aspect ratio does not look exactly right. Is there a problem with that show?

First episode of Electric Dreams, was on the dark side, on the other hand it's a sunny day.

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  # 1887462 21-Oct-2017 16:09
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No problem. 4:3 ratio.





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  # 1887489 21-Oct-2017 17:41
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That makes sense. Something in my set must be set to autozoom to 16:9.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1887727 22-Oct-2017 12:31
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My TV settings look ok. 4:3 TV programs like America's Funniest Home Videos are correct ratio.

I tried a fixed 4:3 setting. That made no difference to outer limits. The TV picture properties say 16:9 when outer limits is playing. I looked for some other older shows for comparison. Matuku also looks a bit odd for different reasons.

Switched over to Netflix and checked the first episode of Fresh Prince. That displays automatically in 4:3 unaltered no problems.

Outer Limits on Lightbox looks zoomed and stretched at the same time.

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  # 1888233 23-Oct-2017 19:59
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What are you viewing on? Make model etc?


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  # 1888284 23-Oct-2017 21:55
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Samsung UA32K5500AS. Tizen 2016.

Btw I have wondered if there is some way to cold boot it without a reset. I usually specifically exit out of each app.

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  # 1888285 23-Oct-2017 21:57
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