Automatic 16:9 switchable send signal? Expert Help wanted
Frage von chips10: Juli 2010
I now have some time brooding over this problem, but somehow I find no solution, perhaps, know one here / r COUNCIL ...
Following: A PC is a graphics card (Nvidia Geforce 9500) with S-Video output, a 16:9 video on the television again. Played it with VLC Player.
The video is "true" 16:9 with no black borders.
From the composite output is 1024 * 768 out, so 4:3.
Due to this very now black bars are visible.
There are but as far as I know the television opportunities to say - "Hey I'm a 16:9 video - switching to" and to 4:3 TV's will keep displayed with black bars - a good thing.
One possibility would have already checked the Picture display anamorphic - in 4:3 but not very handsome.
If one wanted in analog TV "true 16:9 transfer", we would have anamorphic distorted images send. Of course, this really is but many are not compatible for 4:3 Television picture height without switching. Therefore, one does not normally. PALplus was a trick to it to do both right and the image information of the missing lines to hide in the edges of the letterbox. Such programs are still synonymous, but the decoders are badly out of fashion.
I have read that it has previously been synonymous graphics cards (Geforce have 4200ti) which sent this signal. Today gets no such thing anymore.
If you do this one thing? Is there a way to switch this somehow?