Re: Do you stretch 4:3 sources to be 16:9? (redux)
That's what Pan & Scan versions are for, and P&S is different then the zoom, P&S is done by the studio to keep the 'important' content on the screen at any given scene, which does not mean that it's a simple process of 'zooming in' on the image as one would be led to believe.
Stretching it is just wrong though, honestly what noobsteak would do this? Can we take them out back and strangle them with my sock? Sheesh...
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