I am an absolute amateur, and have therefore the following question:
I have a television (traditional CRT monitor) with the standard 4:3 format works The television, however, has an opportunity to switch to 16:9 format What does that mean exactly? I'd like DVD movies without the annoying top and bottom bars look easy but getting out is not - neither with the controls s.DVD, s.Television nor the controls (Auto, 4:3, 16:9, zoom) with. What exactly does this for now and get rid Format control is there one way these bars s.einem conventional television. At the moment we have a DVD because it is very extreme (the bars are twice as large as usual and it will appear only 1 / 3 of the image in the middle) Thanks for an answer
I'd like DVD movies without the annoying top and bottom bars look easy but getting out is not - neither with the controls s.DVD, s.Television nor the controls (Auto, 4:3, 16:9, zoom) with.
Nightfly's assistance refers to videos made of thee. If your question relates to those, follow his links, and movies in the future in 4:3-mode (synonymous then you have nothing to convert). Rather, I believe, however, that your question relates to "purchase DVDs. Convert to this case: do not forget that with the. First off this is a tremendous effort for each movie that you want to see anyway you also get into legal problems, because usually the newer DVDs have copy protection, and thus not (legally) pull on the plate are (and others).
What do you do this is: In the menu of your DVD player. There gitb it somewhere (view, TV, etc.) the opportunity to choose between letterbox or 4:3 PAN & SCAN. Second option should you be. In this case, although you do not hate black bars (letterbox) but you have, of course, be aware that the right and left of the picture is cropped.
Antwort von chrisgau:
The television, however, has an opportunity to switch to 16:9 format What does that mean exactly?
The Resolutioneiner PLA-DVD is always 720x576. The distinction whether with the help of this Resolutionein 4:3 or a 16:9 picture to be displayed is made with the help of the horizontal width of Pxel. One can imagine the way that 720x576 at 4:3 to be stretched horizontally by a factor of 1.067, in 16:9 by a factor of 1.42. In this way, both a 4:3-Television as synonymous get a 16:9 full Resolutionder DVD device to see.
What happens when a film is available in 16:9, but on a 4:3 television to be shown? If a player represents s.DVD the format of the playback device to 4:3, the player counts down the 16:9 picture to 4:3, and ultimately adds black bars above and below add. The main disadvantage of this process: by reducing the size will be reduced to 4:3, the Resolutiondes image and thus deteriorated.
How can we prevent it? Sure ... forwarded to the Television in the full resolution and makes him even smaller. Why this might be an advantage? The visible result seems to be the same? But is it not, because the television does not shrink the picture but in fact it compresses vertically. The number of transmitted image lines remains the same, which avoids a loss of resolution. Sure ... if the physical Resolutionder tube itself is too bad, this may hardly be an advantage, but with a good picture tube, one sees a clear difference. This mode is preferable in any case.
Should read ... the 16:9 mode of the 4:3-TV has nothing to do with getting rid of the bar. The beams are used to adjust the 4:3-format s.das mostly in 1:1.85 (small bars) or 1:2.35 (large bar) Movies Recorded Picture. Without beams can not easily see the whole picture, so what can not well be the goal. If your car does not fit lengthwise into the space, so you are cutting not synonymous s.sondern the stern you are looking for another parking space.
Only (less sensible) option of 4:3 transfers must already be scheduled in the production of the film with. Namely, it is possible to expose just a 4:3 negative to synonymous when hosting the cameraman, the composition of 1:1.85, or 1:2.35. He thinks it went in a narrower picture frames in the 4:3-Picture or appropriate context markers can be optical or electronical show. For the picture's Movies section is black above and below the target format film coated) (Matting), for television re-opened / removed (open mat. Just as the camer man has some chance to compose the picture on either format, trim, synonymous when his attention is probably always the movies-section (after all, just so he can win an Oscar). Examples of such productions (this is called Negative Super35): Titanic, The Big Lebowski, and many, many more. This method is now - has become negative due to the higher quality has become - a kind of standard.
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