underscan

underscan

Within the normal rectangular viewing area on a display screen. Contrast with overscan.
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Other features include an adjustable 16:9/4:3 display, dual three-colour tally lights, underscan and overscan, image flip, customer editable video title, Canon DSLR scale zoom-in, and safe mark display.
Flexible aspect ratio controls allow for easy removal of the black bars in letterbox and pillar-box images, as well as correction for overscan and underscan.
00 seconds at EP, even using the underscan feature on professional monitors.
Unlike other PC-to-TV video conversion chips, the FS403 supports high quality compression with independent horizontal and vertical underscan and accommodates a broad range of input resolutions and displays the entire contents of an input image on any size television.
Unlike other PC-to-TV video conversion chips, FS400 ASICs support high quality compression with independent horizontal and vertical underscan.
MyView supports both Overscan and Underscan output modes and is equipped with a five tap flicker filter for outstanding image quality.
It is compatible with virtually all monitor refresh rates up to 152Hz, and unlike other PC-to-TV video conversion chips, supports high quality compression with independent horizontal and vertical underscan.
Unlike other PC-to-TV video conversion products, only the iTView-DV supports high-quality compression with independent horizontal and vertical underscan.
The iTView Gold incorporates variable underscan as well as the convenience of an infrared remote control.
Unlike other PC-to-TV video scan conversion chips, the TView FS300 supports high-quality compression with horizontal and vertical underscan, accommodating a broad range of resolutions and displaying the entire contents of the computer screen on a television.
The controller integrates hardware scaling to provide TV-size underscan display of 640x480 and 800x600 computer graphics and video.