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Tv Safe Zone


jdhenninger@earthlink.net

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Not sure if I understand that because whether you reduce or crop, the final results should fill the screen in both versions. You can insert a color panel and then place an image on the overlay. Set zoom at 85% and that works in both versions, too.

How do you put it on the overlay and zoom it?

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How come so much of the picture is cropped of with the "TV Safe Zone" turned on. Is there a way to get the WHOLE frame to fit within that safe zone? 4:3 on the set up obviously isn't the same 4:3 as my television!

 

There sure is. Use a freeware program such as image cropper to shrink the photos to fit inside of the safe zone.

 

The safe zone just shows you how much a typical televison will cut off the picture when you are viewing it. The program doesn't do anything. Your television is what cuts it off.

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There sure is. Use a freeware program such as image cropper to shrink the photos to fit inside of the safe zone.

 

The safe zone just shows you how much a typical televison will cut off the picture when you are viewing it. The program doesn't do anything. Your television is what cuts it off.

 

I thought the version 7 picture editor allowed the image to be reduced in the frame. The version 8 editor does not and the picture always automatically fills the frame. This is not so user friendly. Can the picture editor be tweaked, please, to allow a manual resize, not just a crop.

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I thought the version 7 picture editor allowed the image to be reduced in the frame.

 

Not sure if I understand that because whether you reduce or crop, the final results should fill the screen in both versions. You can insert a color panel and then place an image on the overlay. Set zoom at 85% and that works in both versions, too.

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