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Hi all,


I just have a quick question about out putting signals and changing the display resolution. 


 


I have a show coming up where I have  6 x 1920 x 1080 projectors . Two of these projectors will be projecting onto standard 16/9 screen surfaces. The other four will be projecting onto a skinny vertical screens 


 


The resolutions of these screens are as follows:


Screen Set 1 = 2 x projectors with 2 x vertical projection surfaces 480w x 1080h.


Screen Set 2 =  2 x projectors with 2 x vertical projection surfaces 720w x 1080h.


 


So my question to you is this. In watch out if I deselect the little checkbox that says  "width & hight  same as display resolution" I should only be seeing on that particular output the prescribed resolution above.


 


 


But at the moment it appears that it is stretching to full for 1920 x 1080 and not just give me my content in the middle of the screen with black bars left and right.


 


 


Am i doing this right?


 


 


 


thanks


 


 


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Hi all,

I just have a quick question about out putting signals and changing the display resolution. 

 

I have a show coming up where I have  6 x 1920 x 1080 projectors . Two of these projectors will be projecting onto standard 16/9 screen surfaces. The other four will be projecting onto a skinny vertical screens 

 

The resolutions of these screens are as follows:

Screen Set 1 = 2 x projectors with 2 x vertical projection surfaces 480w x 1080h.

Screen Set 2 =  2 x projectors with 2 x vertical projection surfaces 720w x 1080h.

 

The way to solve this, I think, is to create your content at the selected resolution ie 480x1080/720x1080 and place it centered in your 1920x1080 displays.

 

 

 

So my question to you is this. In watch out if I deselect the little checkbox that says  "width & hight  same as display resolution" I should only be seeing on that particular output the prescribed resolution above.

 

 

But at the moment it appears that it is stretching to full for 1920 x 1080 and not just give me my content in the middle of the screen with black bars left and right.

 

 

Yes, that's how it's supposed to work. It scales the the setting of your choice into your selected output, 1920x1080.

It will not output at 480x1080 or 720x1080.

Please see above.

 

 

Am i doing this right?

 

Please see above.

 

 

thanks

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