Sanyo CE42LM4WPN-NA User Manual

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Instruction Manual

CE42LM4WPN-NA

Manuel d'utilisation

Manual de instrucciones

LCD Monitor

Moniteur d'affichage à cristaux liquides Monitor de LCD

English Page 2~12

Français Page 13~22

Español Página 2334

Please read this Instruction book before using your LCD monitor. We wish you many hours of pleasure from your new LCD monitor.

Veuillez lire attentivement ce mode d’emploi avant d’utiliser votre moniteur. Nous espérons que votre nouveau dispositif d'affichage vous procurera de nombreux instants de bonheur.

Lea este manual de instrucciones antes de usar su nuevo monitor. Deseamos que disfrute de él muchas horas.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS & SERVICING

CAUTION: Please read and retain for your safety. This unit has been engineered and manufactured to assure your personal safety, but improper use can result in potential electric shock or fire hazards. In order not to defeat the safeguards incorporated in this receiver observe the following basic rules for its installation, use and servicing.

Installation

WARNING: To prevent injury the LCD monitor must be securely fixed in accordance with the manufacturers mounting installation instructions.

This monitor must NOT be permanently mounted to the building structure. It must be mounted in such a way that it can be removed using basic tools.

The power supply cord must NOT be attached to the building surface. The power supply cord must NOT be routed through walls, ceiling, floors, or other similar openings in the building structure.

The power supply cord MUST be positioned so as to prevent physical damage.

Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this LCD monitor where the cord will be damaged by people walking on it.

A suitable socket outlet must be provided near to the monitor and shall be easily accessible.

Do not overload wall outlets as this can result in fire or electric shock.

This LCD monitor should not be built in to any structure or enclosed in any way. Heat build up will reduce the life of the monitor.

Always mount using recommended and substantial fixtures and fittings.

Do not place this LCD monitor near any heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves and other heat-generating products (including amplifiers).

Do not place your LCD monitor on an unstable stand, shelf or table. Serious injury to an individual, and damage to the LCD monitor may result if it should fall. Your sales person can recommend approved wall mounting kit. A special wall mounting kit is available for this model.

This LCD monitor should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the monitor or as indicated in the Operating Instructions. If you are not sure of the type of power supply, consult your sales person or your local power company

For added protection it is strongly recommended that this LCD

Use

monitor is supplied via an approved earth fault protection device This monitor is not protected against temporary or continuous immersion in liquid.

This monitor is tested to IP56 (Category 2) standard rating.

Do not use immediately after moving the LCD monitor from a low temperature to a high temperature environment, as this causes condensation, which may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. Before cleaning, unplug the monitor from the wall socket.

Do not mount near an open flame source. Open flames must never be used near this LCD monitor.

Do not apply liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners directly onto the LCD monitor. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

The rear finned section around the cabinet functions as a heat sink, removing heat away from the monitor. The external surface of the cabinet (finned area) must not be covered or the airflow resricted in anyway by enclosing the LCD monitor

The operating temperature range of this monitor can be used at 32°F ~ 104°F. It is not recommended to install the screen in direct sunlight without adequate shading, as this will cause the temperature of the panel to rise above the maximum specified.

Doing so may cause a black shadow to appear on the screen, which will disappear when the screen temperature returns to within the specification. This “of course” does not produce any

harmful effect on the lifetime of the panel.

This LCD monitor should have a minimum distance of 5cm away from the wall and the monitor should have 10cm distance around the top and sides

10cm

5cm

10cm

10cm

 

Servicing

Your LCD monitor is fully transistorised and does not contain any user serviceable components.

You must not remove the rear cover of the LCD monitor by yourself. The apparatus is working with high voltages and could damage objects or even endanger people. Leave all required repair and service jobs to an authorised service technician. He will exclusively use such spare parts that are complying with the same safety standards as applicable to the original parts. The use of original spare parts can prevent fire, shock and other hazards.

Unplug the LCD monitor from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:

If the power cord or plug is damaged.

If the has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.

If the LCD monitor exhibits a distinct change in performance.

If the LCD monitor does not operate normally by following the operating instructions.

Adjust only those controls that are covered in the operating instructions as improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage.

This will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the LCD monitor to normal operation.

2

COMPLIANCE & END USER LICENSE

Decloration of Conformity

Model Number

: CE42LM4WPN-NA

Trade name

: Sanyo

Responsible party

:SANYO FISHER COMPANY

Address

: 21605 Plummer Street, Chatsworth, California 91311

Telephone

:(818) 998-7322

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1)this device may not cause harmful interference, and

(2)this device must accept any interference received, including interence that may cause undesired operation.

AC Power Cord Requirement

The AC Power Cord supplied with this LCD monitor meets the requirement for use in the country in which you purchase it.

AC Power Cord for the United States and Canada:

 

AC Power Cord used in the United States and Canada is listed by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and certified by

 

the Canadian Standard Association (CSA).

 

AC Power Cord has a grounding-type AC line plug. This is a safety feature to make sure that the plug will fit into the

GROUND

power outlet. Do not try to defeat this safety feature. Should you be unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact

 

 

your electrician.

 

THE SOCKET-OUTLET SHOULD BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND EASILY ACCESSIBLE

 

THIS MONITOR UNIT IS SEALED TO IP 56 STANDARD. THE INTEGRITY OF THE OF THE ENCLOSURE MUST NOT BE TAMPERED WITH OR BREACHED.

End-User License

The product (meaning the equipment or appliance to which this documentation relates) incorporates Software (the software applications, utilities and modules embedded within the Product) which is owned by Sanyo or its licensors. Before using the product, please read the End-User License Conditions detailed below. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions of the End-User License, please do not proceed to use the Product. Repack the Product unused and contact your supplier, You may be asked for proof of purchase. By using the product, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the End-User License.

License Grant, Conditions and Restrictions

1.Sanyo grants you a non-exclusive, world-wide (subject to export controls), non-transferable (except as permitted by 2 below), royalty-free license to use the Software upon and with the Product.

2.You may not transfer any of your license rights in the Software without the prior written consent of SANYO and if consent is provided then the Software shall only be transferred in conjunction with the transfer of the Product AND provided that the transferee has read and agreed to accept the terms and conditions of this license.

3.You must ensure that the copyright, trademark and other protective notices contained in the Software are maintained and not altered or removed.

4.The Software provided hereunder is copyrighted and licensed (not sold). SANYO especially does not transfer title and/or ownership rights in the Software to you. The Software provided hereunder may contain or be derived from portions of materials provided to SANYO under license by a third party supplier.

5.Except as expressly permitted by statute you may not:

use the Software in conjunction with any other computer hardware other than the product;

copy all or part of the Software;

incorporate all (or any of) the Software into other programs developed by (or on behalf of) you and/or used by you;

reverse-engineer, decompile or disassemble the Software;

make the Software (or any part of it) available, or permit its redistribution, for use with any computer hardware other than the Product; or rent, lease, gift, loan, sell, distribute or transfer possession of the whole or any part of the Software.

Termination

This license is effective until terminated. This license will terminate automatically without notice if you fail to comply with any of its provisions.

Disclaimer

1.The Software is (to the extent permitted by law), supplied ‘as is’ and SANYO and its suppliers expressly exclude all warranties, express or implied, including (but not limited to) warranties of satisfactory quality, fitness for purpose and non-infringement (save to the extent that the same are not capable of exclusion by law).

2.In no circumstances will SANYO be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damage (including loss of profits, business interruption, loss of data or the cost of procurement of substitute goods, technology or services) arising out of the use or the inability to use the Software (save to the extent that such liability is not capable of exclusion by law).

General

1.This End-User License is governed by the laws of the State of

California. The End-User and Sanyo agree that any action to enforce or interpret the terms of this End-User License shall be brought only in the appropriate state or federal court located in Los Angeles County, California.The End-User and Sanyo hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of such court.

2.The above terms and conditions supersede any prior agreement, oral or written, between you and SANYO relating to the Software.

3

INSTALLATION

Step : 1 Connections (Essential)

REMOVE TERMINAL COVER AS INDICATED BELOW.

PJ-Net

Security Fixing point

Cable entry

Cable entry

CONNECT THE DISPLAY UNIT TO VGA. BNC.AND PERITEL SCART CONNECTOR AS BELOW.

TERMINAL COVER MUST BE REPLACED WITH CABLE EXITS AS INDICATED IN THE SKETCH ABOVE.

PJ Net box

Security fixing point

Wall mount

HDMI

AV2 audio

fixing positions

 

IN

Switch

Audio monitor

 

 

 

Out

 

Services

RS232C

 

Serial ports

 

AV3 IN/Out

IN/ Out

 

 

 

BNC

 

 

AV2 IN/ Out

 

 

BNC

 

In-line connector

■ Connect the LCD monitor to VGA, and Scart connector as required.

1.Connect the in-line power connector to the connector attached to the LCD monitor as shown above.

2.Connect the correct power cord of the LCD monitor to a wall outlet.

As this product does not have a power On/Off switch, please ensure your mains plug is easily accessible.

The LCD monitor is prepared for a power voltage AC100 ~240V,

60Hz. To completely switch off the mains, or when the LCD

monitor is not to be used for an extended period of time, it is advisable to disconnect the power cord from the power outlet or disconnect the power coupler.

3. Warning: To prevent injury, the unit must be securely attached to the wall in accordance with the installation instructions.

WARNING! High voltages are used in the operation of this set. Refer service to qualified service personnel.

1.HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)

This monitor has an HDMI connector. When connected to the HDMI source and HDMI is selected using the remote control, there is a short time period before the picture appears at a much higher resolution. This connection is located at the back of the monitor next to the aerial socket.

2. Y,Pb,Pr connection (AV2)

This LCD monitor has a choice of Y, Pb, Pr or RGB , H/V connections You can connect your DVD player to the Y, Pb, Pr terminals instead of using a scart lead. This can support high definition in analogue component form. RGB, H/V can be used as a PC input via the BNC terminal.

 

Serial

 

Port-IN

Serial port

Peritel (Scart)

PJ-net

 

Service

 

 

Serial

 

Port-OUT

3. PC connection

This display unit has a PC connector. You can connect a PC to the Display unit and use it as a monitor (see page 7).

To switch between AV1, RGB, AV2 RGB H/V or Y, Pb, Pr, AV3, HDMI or PC mode press the TV/AV switch on your remote control repeatedly or press and hold the the TV/AV button for a few seconds

and selection menu will appear on screen use the eor dbuttons to select the correct mode.

4. RS232C IN/OUT: Is an input for external commands to control the monitor (see page 8). Use the switch to change between RS232/ PJ net

5. PJ Net IN/OUT: Has the ability for PJ-NET to be connected to control the monitor using a network.

Step : 2 Remote control battery installation

Install two "AA" 1.5 volt batteries so that the "+" and "-" marks on the batteries match the "+" and "-" marks inside the unit into the remote control handset.

4

INSTALLATION

Terminals

1

2

1. The LCD display will have a Standby light to show there is power.

2. Control buttons (bottom edge of cabinet)

Menu/F button: rotate between contrast, Brightness, color and sharpness

Input/OK button: switch between AV1, RGB, AV2, AV3, HDMI and PC mode.

e d buttons: adjust Menu/F options

4 button: To switch from display to standby mode (to switch off completely disconnect the monitor from the power supply)

Menu Operation

Many of your monitors functions are controlled through the menu function.

Brightness

 

 

 

 

Contrast

 

 

 

 

Color

 

 

 

 

Sharpness

 

 

 

 

Preset

 

 

 

 

 

Personal / Dynamic / Standard / Eco

 

 

 

 

 

Noise Reduction

 

Mid / Max / Auto / OFF / Min

 

Dyn. Skin Tone

 

 

 

ON / OFF

 

 

 

 

 

Text Brightness

 

Max / Mid / Min

 

Child lock

 

 

OFF / ON

 

 

 

Timer

 

 

Off Time

ON / OFF

AV2 setting

 

 

RGB, H/V / Y Pb Pr

During menu operation, the bottom of the screen will show which controls can be used.

Press the ubutton to enter the main menu.

Main Menu

Picture

Setting

: Select

: Adjust

MENU : Exit

A sub menu is selected using the eor dbutton and pressing the 8button when the required sub menu is highlighted.

When you have set a Sub menu you can press the MENU button to exit, then the MENU button again to exit the main menu.

Picture menu

Picture

Brightness

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contrast

 

 

 

 

 

 

Color

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sharpness

 

 

 

 

 

 

Preset

Personal / Dynamic / Standard / ECO

Noise

Reduction

Mid / Max / Auto / Min / OFF

Dyn.

skin tone

ON / OFF

 

 

 

Text Brightness

Min / Mid / Max

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

: Select

: Adjust

MENU : Back

1.Press the MENU button. Select Picture using the eor d button.

Press the 8button to enter.

Set the picture settings for your “personal” preference.

2. Use the eor dbutton to select e.g. Brightness and the 7or 8 button to adjust levels.

3.Preset : You can select either your “Personal” settings, or Dynamic, Standard or Eco settings.

4.Noise Reduction: May be used to reduce any local picture ‘noise’ (granular appearance) being experienced by Using 7or 8to select between Mid / High / Auto / Low / OFF.

5.Dynamic skin tone: May be used to enhance skin tone by using

7or 8to select between On / Off.

Tint : is only available if NTSC equipment is connected.

6. Text Brightness: May be adjusted by Using 7or 8button to select between Min / Mid / Max.

To exit press the MENU button.

Your personal settings are automatically saved when you exit the menu.

5

REMOTE CONTROL

TV/AV switch

To switch from AV1, RGB, AV2, AV3, PC or HDMI mode

press repeatedly. Press and hold in a few seconds, an AV selection bar appears. Select the mode you require using the keys

Screen mode selector

To select the screen mode, Auto, Natural, Full

Zoom 16:9, Title 16:9,Zoom 14:9,title 14:9 or Normal.

Refer to page 11.

MENU

To enter and exit sub menus.

Cursors up/down

To adjust the menu levels .

Picture mode selection

Press the button repeatedly to select the following picture modes.

Personal - Personal preference mode. Dynamic - Suitable for brightly lit rooms. Standard - Normal viewing mode.

Eco - Suitable for dimly lit rooms and gives a cinema - like effect.

JXPLA

F/OK

To save the setting in the menu.

Standby

To switch the monitor on and off. Also see page 8

Program information call

To display the program information.

You can also select colour systems in AV mode as follows AUTO -> PAL -> SECAM -> NTSC3.58

up and down

To select the next item

6

MENU OPERATION/ PC OPERATION

Setting menu

Setting

Child lock

OFF / ON

 

Timer

 

 

AV2 setting

Y,Pb,Pr/RGB, H/V

 

: Select

: Adjust

MENU : Exit

Child lock

You can prevent unwanted operation on the LCD monitor via the buttons on the bottom edge of the monitor.

1.Press the MENU button. Select Setting using the eor d button.

Press the 8button to enter.

2.Select Child lock using the eor dbutton.

3.Set the Child lock to Off or On by pressing the 7 or 8 button.

4.Press the MENU button to exit.

AV2 setting

In setting menu, to select AV2 press the dbutton and set to Y,Pb,Pr or RGB, H/V depending on your external equipment.

1.Press the MENU button. Select Setting using the eor d button press the 8button to enter.

2.Select AV2 setting using the eor dbutton.

3.Press the 7 or 8 button to select which Y,Pb,Pr or RGB, H/V.

4.Press the MENU button to exit, this automatically stores your changes.

4.Press the MENU button to exit.

Off-timer setting

The Off timer will switch the monitor into the standby mode when the selected time has elapsed.

1.Press the MENU button. Select Setting using the eor d button press the 8button to enter.

2.Select OFF Timer using the eor dbutton.

Timer

OFF TIMER

5 ~ 120

 

: Select

: Adjust

MENU : Exit

3. Press the 7 or 8 button to change time.

The time changes in 5 minute steps.The maximum time is 120 minutes.

If you have set the off timer, a display appears in the corner of the screen.

If the TV set is switched off by the standby button 4 on the remote control or by the standby switch 4 on the top of the monitor ,the timer settings will be cancelled.

PC menu settings

Connect your PC to the connector on the left side terminal of the set. Once connected, select PC mode via the v button on your remote control. The set will become a monitor for the PC.

By pressing the MENU button on the remote control, a menu window will appear on screen, this allows the settings to be adjusted.

Main Menu

Picture

Setting

: Select

: Adjust

MENU : Exit

To adjust the Picture settings select picture using the eor d buttons on the remote, then the 8 button to enter the following picture settings menu.

Press the 7or 8buttons to adjust the Picture brightness and the same to adjust the contrast of the picture.

Picture

Brightness

 

 

 

 

Contrast

 

 

 

 

Position

 

 

 

 

Video Adjust

 

 

 

 

Auto Adjust

 

 

 

 

Resolution

1024 X 768

@60Hz

White Tone R

 

 

 

 

White Tone G

 

 

 

 

White Tone B

 

 

 

 

Native Resolution

XGA / WXGA 1366 x 768

: Select

: Adjust

 

MENU : Back

Picture position changes the picture horizontally or vertically, this is done by using the 7or 8buttons on the remote control.

Video adjust changes the Phase and the clock of the screen. If the picture is blurred or grainy, this function will adjust it to a clearer picture.

Auto Adjust will automatically adjust the picture by using the 8 button. This will change all the above settings automatically. Auto

adjust can also be achieved by pressing the

D

button on the remote control

 

Resolution displays the current resolution of the picture. This is just for information and cannot be adjusted.

Using the 7or 8buttons it is possible to adjust the tone of the screen using the White tone Red (R) / Green (G)/ Blue (B). This will adjust the picture to show more of the chosen color. For example if red is selected you can adjust the red in the picture to increase or decrease using the 7or 8buttons

Native Resolution is used when the PC can output WXGA 1366 x 768. The setting on your Monitor set can be changed

to receive XGA/WXGA signal using the 7or 8buttons . Once the signal has been selected, save the settings by switching the monitor off then on.

To select the Settings menu press the menu button on your remote and using the eor d buttons to select Settings. The 8 button will enter the settings menu.

Setting

CHILD LOCK

OFF / ON

 

Timer

 

 

AV2

RGB, HV/ Y,Pb,Pr

 

Power save

OFF/ON

 

 

 

 

: Select

: Adjust

MENU : Back

Child lock/ Timer and AV2 settings are described under the Settings menu (pg 7)

Power save, if turned ON, will turn the LCD monitor into Powersave mode after 1 minute if no signal is detected, the LED light will turn blue to indicate stand by. TheLCD monitor will automatically turn on when a signal has been detected. Use 7or 8buttons to select ON or OFF.

7

RS232 OPERATION & OTHER FEATURES

RS232C settings

The display can be controled via RS232C from a computer

ITEM

SPECIFICATION

 

 

Synchronous system

Asynchronous

Transmission Speed

9600 / 19200

Data Length

8 bit

Parity

None

Stop Bit

1

Flow Control

None

Serial Interface Specification

Transfer Specification

1.Transmission Speed: initial setting value is 19200

2.Transmission speed can be changed by hotel mode.

Connection

The Designated RS-232C serial cable that is provided with the LCD monitor must be used for a connection to a computer and LCD monitor

Notes for communication

 

PC

TV CONTROL

 

COM 1

PORT

 

CD

1

1

N.C.

RXD 2

2

RXD

TXD

3

3

TXD

DTR

4

4

N.C

SG

5

5

SG

DSR

6

6

N.C

RTS

7

7

RTS

CTS

8

8

CTS

RING 9

9

N.C.

(D-Sub 9 Pin)

(D-Sub 9 Pin)

The monitor command is defined by one command/one line that starts with “C” and ends with carriage return (0x0D)

There are two types of commands:

Functional Execution Command e.g. Co5[CR] (table on page 12) Status Read Commands e.g “CR0 [CR] (see table on page 12)

Setting the monitor address in RS232 mode

To Access hotel mode press the green button on the remote control and hold for 5 seconds. A new screen will appear.

Hotel

Hotel mode

ON / OFF

 

On program

OFF/ 1~99 / AV1-AV3 /RGB/ HDMI/ PC

Preset

ON / OFF

 

Address

007

 

Baud Rate

19200

 

 

 

 

: Select

: Adjust

MENU : Exit

Each monitor can have a specific Address, for example 007, which helps command that monitor individually and will not effect other monitors connected to a controlling PC.

Address format command

The addressing format command is used for operating multiple monitor sets from a single PC via the RS232C command line. If you set your monitor address to ‘000’, it will never respond to any addressing command from the PC.

If the address from the PC is ‘FFF’, all monitor sets will execute the command.

The Address format command is defined by one command, one line which starts with ‘A’ and ends with carriage return.(0 x0D)

The Monitor starts to decode when it receives a carriage return (0x0D).

An address is added at the top of a control command (same as a address command).

Example:

Functional execution command:

“A001C05” [CR] means address is 001 and the control command is C05.

Status read command

“A001CR0”[CR] means address is 001 and command is CR0.

The monitor can set its own address in the hotel option menu (above). The address range is 000 - 999, the default address will be 000.

The baud rate indicates the unit for transfer speed of data from the PC to the monitor sets.

Other functions

Switching into/from standby mode

The Standby mode is used for switching the LCD monitor off for short periods of time. In standby mode the monitor is switched off but is still receiving mains power.

To turn the monitor into standby mode, press the 4button.

The blue power indicator illuminates more brightly.

To turn the monitor ON from standby mode, press any of the following buttons: 4, 5, 6or 0-9 buttons.

If you find the power indicator flashing, disconnect power cord from the power outlet and contact our Service desk.

This warning is a sign to let you know that the power protection function of this TV set is now operating.

Use of Audio Output Jacks

The audio monitor out sockets on the rear of the set provide a fixed level audio output for reproducing sound via your audio equipment.

Serial

8

OPERATION

Selecting of picture size

Screen options

Today there are various transmission formats with different size ratios, eg. 4:3 , 14:9, 16:9 and video formats such as letterbox.

Auto

It automatically switches to the optimum screen mode according to the WSS signal provided in the receiving signal source. If the signal does not have it, the monitor keeps current screen mode.

This setting may cause the picture to change when a different format is received eg. when an advert is received.

WSS (Wide screen signaling)

Some broadcasters transmit this signal and some VCR tapes have it included . The signal identifies the picture format ratio (16:9, 14:9, 4:3 etc.).

If WSS is not being received and you are not happy with your picture, this monitor provides you the option to change it with the following options.

Press the WIDE button repeatedly to select your desired setting.

When in High Resolution (720p / 1080i) YPbPr or HDMI, the picture will remain fixed in 16:9 format ‘Full size’ and may not be changed.

Natural

 

4:3

 

 

14:9

 

 

16:9

 

 

Letterbox Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stretches the

The height is

The picture fills the

The black bars top

picture horizontally

expanded to fill the

screen and is

and bottom remain

to fill the screen.

whole screen.

proportionally

and the height is

The picture is more

 

correct.

compressed to fit

stretched at the

 

 

the picture area.

edges.

 

 

 

Zoom 14:9

4:3

14:9

16:9

 

Letterbox Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The correct picture

Zooms in slightly

Zooms in slightly

The black bars top

width is maintained

cropping the top

cropping the top

and bottom are

but the top and

and bottom.

and bottom.

smaller and the

bottom are

 

 

picture height is

cropped.

 

 

compressed slightly.

Title - In 14:9

4:3

14:9

16:9

Letterbox Video

TITLES ON SCREEN

TITLES ON SCREEN

TITLES ON SCREEN

TITLES ON SCREEN

As zoom (14:9), but

As zoom (14:9), but

As zoom (14:9), but

As zoom (14:9), but

bottom is

bottom is

bottom is

bottom is

compressed even

compressed even

compressed even

compressed even

more to allow

more to allow

more to allow

more to allow

subtitles to be

subtitles to be

subtitles to be

subtitles to be

seen.

seen.

seen.

seen.

Zoom 16:9

4:3

14:9

16:9

 

Letterbox Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The correct picture

Zooms in slightly

Zooms in slightly

The black bars top

width is maintained

cropping the top

cropping the top

and bottom are

but the top and

and bottom.

and bottom.

smaller and the

bottom are

 

 

picture height is

cropped.

 

 

compressed slightly.

Title - In 16:9

4:3

14:9

16:9

Letterbox Video

TITLES ON SCREEN

TITLES ON SCREEN

TITLES ON SCREEN

TITLES ON SCREEN

As Zoom (16:9),

As Zoom (16:9),

As Zoom (16:9),

As Zoom (16:9),

but bottom is

but bottom is

but bottom is

but bottom is

compressed even

compressed even

compressed even

compressed even

more to allow

more to allow

more to allow

more to allow

subtitles to be

subtitles to be

subtitles to be

subtitles to be

seen.

seen.

seen.

seen.

Full

4:3

 

 

14:9

 

 

16:9

 

 

 

Letterbox Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The whole screen

The whole screen

The whole screen

The black bars top

is filled stretching

is filled stretching

is filled with the

and bottom are

the width.

the height slightly

corrrect picture

present and the

 

at the edges.

ratio.

height is

 

 

 

compressed.

Normal

4:3

14:9

16:9

Letterbox Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The correct ratio is

Black bars left and

Black bars left and

Black bars left,

maintained with

right, picture height

right, picture height

right, top and

black bars on the

is stretched.

is stretched.

bottom.

left and right.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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