We have tried everything that we could think of to fix the view of the picture. We cannot see the full picture of a TV show. For example, when watching the basketball game, we cannot see the score and logos that are along the bottom of the TV screen. We have adjusted the zoom, the horizontal and vertical balance, and the ratio dimensions which is locked on 4:3. We have a Comcast box connected to this television, if that makes a difference. Please provide us with some resolutions.
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Re: Cannot view the full picture
First, you have to tell me how the cable box is connected to the TV, by HDMI or component. If it is connected by HDMI, the cable box settings will override the picture size settings on the TV. It may be as simple as resetting the picture size on the cable box, but I am not familiar with the type of cable boxes that Comcast uses.
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You cannot. The simply answer is the commercials (being fairly new) are actually HD 1080p/i. The TV show you were watching was not and still broadcasting in 480p (not HD). This is common for older programs and networks that have not updated.
You can technically "fix" this by switch the TV view mode to Stretch, Zoom, or even possibly have the TV attempt to upscale the video to HD. All of these will result in distortion and/or picture lose (as some of it would be off screen). While missing an inch or 2 might not be a big deal, the resulting grainy picture can be very annoying.
If it is too much and you have to use the entire screen, I recommend going with the upscale option in the menu. It should be labeled like "Display all in 1080p" or ".... 720p". I would also recommend not using "smooth" as an image option because it makes everything muddy and blurry.
it must be your tv settings. as far as i know, the ps3 wont do that. if it did i wouldn't think there is an easy fix. on your tv remote is there a button that you can change the display setting? say, from full screen to zoom? usually named "wide" "view" "theater" if so then you need to make sure its set to full screen mode. keep changing the display option and you should see a better picture. if there isn't a button, go into the menu settings, the picture or display settings and change it there.
hope that helps
I have an older Mitsibutishi 52" HD 1080. I recently upgraded my cable box to DirecTV HDTV. When I change to format to view in 1080 the TV goes from full screen to what seems to be wide screen with a black bar on the top and bottom. If I change the format to 480p I get a full screen; but the picture has a "redish tint" over it as if looking through sunglasses...I tried everything in my TV manual even call the cable company. Any suggestions?
About the black and white pictures on the TV... not normal I think... I have never seen your camera model but a common thing can happen to any camera!!
Have you already tryed to connect the camera to your TV using a AC Adapter (D-AC8 in your case)?
Are the connections Ok? You're connecting following the manual instructions?
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