I'm running MCE2005 into a Pioneer plasma at 1280x768 via DVI. MCE seems to\nonly understand square pixels so when watching DVDs or HDTV I get small black\nbars filling only 1280x720 (and everyone is 6% too fat on my screen).\n\nI'm looking for ways around this.\n\nThe most obvious solution would be a "stretch" mode that would just fill the\nscreen (in my case stretching vertically about %6). I can't seem to find that\noption. (This would also be nice for those with 42" plasmas at 1024x768\n16:9.) Anybody know a way to do this?\n\nI have found that with DVDs I can change the setting on the NVDVD decoder to\n"anamorphic" and then it will fill my screen vertically but will be in a 4:3\naspect ratio (compressed horizontally). I can then select Zoom3 which fills\nthe screen and everything is great.\n\nThis does not work for HDTV though. Zoom3 seems to do nothing on HDTV\ncontent when using "anamorphic" in the decoder. The picture just stays 4:3\nwith everyone tall and skinny. Is this a bug? If so, anyone heard that it\nwould be fixed soon?\n\nWhat is Zoom3 supposed to do anyway? Seems to stretch horizontally to fill\nthe screen on DVDs, but on HDTV content with the decoder set to normal mode\n(instead of anamorphic as above) it zooms instead of stretching. This gets\nrid of the small horizontal black bars that I have, but everything is still\n6% too wide.\n\nMy fallback option is to use 1280x720 resolution RGB instead of DVI.\nHowever, the picture quality is not nearly as good. (Due to analog cable, and\nscaling twice instead of once.)\n\nAny help would be greatly appreciated!