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Picture too large for screen

The picture is too large for the screen. Tops of people's heads cut off and text below and at the sides not visible.

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Mine did not fix, picture is still huge and pushed to bottom of screen so the top is black all the way across
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The aspect ratio is zoomed in. Change the aspect ratio and the picture will go back to normal.

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