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Picture size/positioning via VGA in RGBHV

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by StooMonster, Jan 23, 2003.

  1. StooMonster

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    How to get perfect picture positioning via VGA socket?

    Perfect positioning a PC native resolution is easy, via the "snap in" method (as discussed in lots of threads).

    What's the best way to position a 576p(625p) RGBHV signal via VGA socket?

    I ask because every television channel on SkyDigital (and some DVDs) appears to be a different width, height isn't so much of a problem.

    Is there a tried and tested methodology to achieve this?

    I have thought about centreing channel selector box, by using tape measure or ruler :clown:, and the adjusting horizontal size until no black borders or fades on each side. But this seems a bit heath robinson compared to the PC "snap in" method.

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