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Overscan, H/V position, H phase

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by moco, Sep 4, 2004.

  1. moco


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    I have been reading the FAQs and other sources but have not found a good yet simple explanation of these terms.
    In particular, on my Hitachi TX100, I have found that H and V position is very convenient to shift the picture small distances (the lens shift is too coarse). Am I compromising anything else when I do this?
    What actually happens - is the image moved to an unused part of the LCD panel?

    Also, I see Overscan resizes the image. What might I be compromising and what actually happens inside?

    H Phase does not seem to have any effect on what I see.

    I would be grateful for links to good info or direct answers.
    Thank you

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