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Picture too large for screen size

When viewing the picture on the screen, the majority of the top portion is outside of the viewing range. Is there a way that I can adjust and/or reduce the size of the picture so that the entire picture can be viewed on the screen?

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It's usually called format if it is an RCA

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Your menu will have the size on your tv

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