The aspect ratio for images, backgrounds and feeds can now be changed.
Aspect Ratio refers to the ratio of width to height of a picture. This term is most commonly used with working with video output. Standard definition projectors, televisions and computer monitors use a 4:3 aspect ratio which looks like a square. High definition projectors, televisions and computer monitors use a 16:9 aspect ratio which looks like a rectangle.
Automatic - Maintains the original aspect ratio of an image, video or feed by default, but automatically stretches it to fit the screen when used as a background for text.
Maintain - Maintains the original aspect ratio of the video, image, feed regardless of use.
Stretch - Stretches the video, image or feed fit the screen regardless of use.
Zoom - Zooms in on the video, image or feed cropping the edges regardless of use.
Right click on an image, feed or video.
Select the Set Aspect Ratio option. The options available are Automatic, Maintain, Stretch or Zoom.
Right click on a song in the schedule.
Select Set Aspect Ratio. The
same options will be available as with images, videos and feeds.
Note: The Set Aspect Ratio option will not be available if a background has not been assigned to the song and the thumbnail has the word Auto on it.
This allows you to use a specific aspect ratio each time you use a specific background.
Click on the Background button.
Click on Options.
Select the background you want to modify.
Click the Modify button.
Select the Aspect ratio from the Drop down list..
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