confused ?

karkus30

Banned
Watched Pulp Fiction on my PJ for the first time.

But for some reason I had to change the PJ settings to Normal screen 4:3 or it was squeezed up. I have never had to do this with any other film, so why this one .:confused:

This means the player was set to 16:9 and the PJ to 4:3 worked fine, but definitely weird.

Every so often I notice threads describing aspect ratios and things, but not being too interested in the techy aspects of films, I usually ignore them. Have I missed something vital??:eek:
 

buns

Banned
im defintely confused! Your other thread has just said all sorts of nasty things about my avforums credentials and not let me read it! :p

anyhow........non anamorphic transfer?

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karkus30

Banned
Originally posted by buns
im defintely confused! Your other thread has just said all sorts of nasty things about my avforums credentials and not let me read it! :p

anyhow........non anamorphic transfer?

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what did it say ?????

non anamorphic transfer , ohh err mother. Have to do some reading now. But does this mean I have got to alter the setting everytime I see that aspect ratio on the cover, or is this not related.
 

buns

Banned
dear me! I thought you would have known about anamorphic'ness!!! :p

I always have had to fiddle about with settings with non anamorphic discs.......but never pay much attention cos most are anamorphic in the 1st place. Now i dont pay any attention at all because the pc autodetects what it is and i can forget about worrying!

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karkus30

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Originally posted by buns
dear me! I thought you would have known about anamorphic'ness!!! :p

I always have had to fiddle about with settings with non anamorphic discs.......but never pay much attention cos most are anamorphic in the 1st place. Now i dont pay any attention at all because the pc autodetects what it is and i can forget about worrying!

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Thats, that, then.

Er where can I get an autodetect hack for a Philips 962 :clown:
 

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