Previously, I worked with one window viewing with the 4:3 ratio. I'm just thinking on whether I got a new screen will increase. In addition, I have a question:
What is it, if I is gucke DVD window viewing on a 16:9 (widescreen or standard 4:3 TV format, for example, with PowerDVD or Media Player), the picture may be distorted? As the whole thing is with Adobe Premiere?
Games and Programs are all adaptable for this format?
Thanks in advance
Antwort von steveb:
synonymous, of course, you can watch 4:3 material on your 16:9 screen. But if you would do in full screen, you had a picture devoured. At 4:3, there would be corresponding left and right black borders. However, if you want to cut in 16:9, you would have a "true" 16:9 full-screen preview option.
Normal application programs is the actual screen Resolutiondes relatively no preference. Not so with overlay and synonymous games, etc. But many games now support synonymous 16:9. Ansosnten halt remains black bars and re li.
Imho worth a 16:9 screen rather rare, since relatively expensive and rarely uses it 16:9. Who would watch a full DVD on a PC? The "larger" desktop synonymous certainly brings a slight advantage, but the could be solved with a second TFT as well. In particular, since most graphics cards, untertstützen a "two monitor mode" already.