ps3 dvd up scaling options ??


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when go into dvd up scaling settings there are options (normal, none, full screen and double), could somebody please explain what do these different options do ??


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If you go to you can read the full manual rather than the quick guide that comes in the box

For reference this is the bit you wanted:

DVD Upscaler
Adjust settings for upscaled output when playing a DVD. Upscaling is a feature that can be used to enable content recorded at SD resolution (NTSC: 480p / 480i, PAL: 576p / 576i) to be displayed in HD resolution (1080p / 1080i / 720p). Because the video content of commercial DVDs is recorded in SD resolution, higher resolution video can be achieved by enabling upscaled output.

Off Set to disable upscaled output.
Double Scale* Set to upscale and display with double horizontal and vertical dimensions without changing the proportions.
Normal Set to upscale and display at a size that matches the screen size.
Full Screen Set to upscale and display at full screen by changing proportions and stretching the image

* This option can be used only when the video output setting of the PS3™ system is set to 1080p or 1080i.

To use this feature, a TV that is compatible with HD input and output must be connected using an HDMI or component AV cable. Also, the video output setting of the PS3™ system must be set to 1080p, 1080i, or 720p.
When playing copyright-protected DVD content such as commercially available DVD-Video, an HDMI cable is required to upscale the video content.
If image quality is reduced or the image does not look right when upscaled, set this option to [Off].


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nice one mate, so i take it best is double scale - upscales it without changing proportions of screen displayed ??


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I haven't tried on mine yet my lcd does not arrive until monday.

Reading it I would try normal first, see how it looks and then try double after, trial and error I think

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