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What to do to display the correct aspect ratio in PBP mode?

This relates to Windows resolution settings. Check if your GPU is dedicated one or an integrated one for individual solution. Please click and follow the instructions below, or read on to learn more about this topic.

This relates to Windows resolution settings. When a new resolution is selected, the signal will be output in native resolution and then scaled down to the resolution you choose, leading to a compressed or stretched image.


Below are the solutions:


Dedicated Nvidia/AMD GPU: Go to Display Settings -> Advanced Display Settings -> Display Adapter Properties -> List All Modes, choose a lower resolution, apply it, and then switch back to the resolution for PBP 5:9 again. You will get the correct aspect ratio now.


Intel Integrated GPU: Open the Intel Graphics Control Panel -> Scaling -> Choose "Maintain Display Scaling" -> Click Apply. You will get the correct aspect ratio now.


* To achieve PBP 5:9 when running a single system, make sure that your system supports two video outputs.

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