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My picture size keeps changing from 16:9 widescreen to "auto" (4:3)

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It is not fault of ur camra dude, it is fault of software ur using to capture and editting. ur software has preferece option incapture mode go inti it and give him command to cap in what aspect ratio u want

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What causes my aspect to constantly change? My tv or my cable box?


It could be both.

If you set your TV to Auto, then it will try to 'best guess' the correct picture shape based on what's displayed on screen. That's okay in the lab, but in the real world where there's too much changing then it's not so good.

The other thing could be the box and the TV channel you happen to be watching. If you have the box's aspect ratio set wrong i.e. to a different picture shape to the TV, then it will squash or stretch pictures.

Set your box to match the TV shape. The two main choices are Widescreen (16:9) or the old picture shape 4:3

Set your TV on a fixed aspect ratio: Either Widescreen if it is a 16:9 set, or Normal if it is a 4:3 set.

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How do i get the viewfinder to show fullscreen. At the moment there are 2 black strips down each side in "iauto" mode. When i first had the camera it was fullscreen. Thank you.


The LCD screen on the Olympus SP-800uz camera is widescreen (16:9).
If you set the camera to take pictures in (4:3) ratio you het the black sides.

Solution:
Select a Widescreen Image Size (see the manual page 30) by selecting one of
the available Image Size settings 16:9 (L) (4288×2416) or 16:9 (S) (1920×1080).

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Vertical and horizental picture expand and please help me to adjust it


It might help if you listed the brand and model of your TV, but usually on the remote you will see some sort of mode button. You can change the picture size there. Or you can go into your system menu and change it in the display menu. The typical ones are widescreen, zoom, stretch, etc. Also try changing the picture aspect ratio. 16:9 will give you widescreen while 4:3 will give you regular. Also, another problem might be that the channel you are watching or your cable box is not in HD. If the channel is not specifically an HD channel, the widescreen setting will not work properly and you will need to adjust it to a different setting to keep from getting the black bars on the side. Hope that helps.

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The picture does not fit the screen. The top and bottom of the picture go beyond the screen


you may need to adjust the aspect ratio of the picture, there is typically an "aspect" button on the remote that will adjust the picture from widescreen, super widescreen 16:9 ratio and sometimes you can zoom in. try that

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Im cant keep my picture at 16:9 on technika tv 42in


Have you checked the widescreen setting? Is it set to auto? If it is it wll change if the picture is not 16-9. Most sets have the option to switch it to a number of settings away from auto, including 16-9. So have a default auto setting, which can be set to 16-9.

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Screen size changes on its own


Use the format button to switch betwen auto, widescreen (16:9), letterbox (4:3), and other options. not all formats are available on all channels.

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I have a TX32PM11C 32"


You have to turn off the "automatic", so the TV will not automatically show you what it wants you to see. Then, if you select 16:9 , you will see true widescreen.
Since you cannot physically change the size or shape of your TV, the picture itself will be black on the top and bottom. Since not all programs are widescreen, sometimes the sides will be black. You can try the other sizes to see which works best for you.

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Navigating service menu


If the remote has up/down/left/right arrow buttons, then you can use the arrow keys to readjust the screen. Use the format button to switch betwen auto, widescreen (16:9), letterbox (4:3), and other options. not all formats are available on all channels.

I am assuming your TV is a Philips or Magnavox?

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Display appearing stretched


the original image size was probably recorded in 4:3 aspect ratio...meaning your widescreen is a 16:9 ratio size screen and is stretching it outwards to fill the whole screen. If you want the image to look normal.. ie. not short and fat people.... you need to change the picture size in the settings from widescreen 16:9 to normal 4:3 tv in the settings menu most likely...Also most remotes will/should have a button for that.

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