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Old 22nd May 2020, 15:33   #24  |  Link
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I get what you mean though, almost like a mini version of when TV channels cropped 4:3 images to 14:9 to help during the AR transition era.
I tend to go with the theory the picture was intended to display as 4:3. You never would've seen the crud at the sides on a CRT due to overscan, and likewise you'd never have seen a few pixels top and bottom.

If you have a 16:9 TV with a 4:3 mode, try playing the DVD with a Bluray/DVD player and the TV in 4:3 mode. It should simulate CRT overscanning and give you a nice clean 4:3 picture without the crud you see on a computer screen.
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