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    Lilliput screen native resolution

    What is it peeps? Its the touch screen model from DSCUSTOMS.

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    800x480xRGB

    Or if you want it normal LCD sales speak (i.e biggest numbers we can quote so that it looks good) its 2400x480

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    still seems a little streched u see, thats why im asking, any ideas?

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    It will be stretched if you are using std resolutions that a PC uses, eg. 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768. These are all 4:3 ratio resolutions. The lilliput will display them but much like a widescreen TV it will stretch them across the whole screen and hence will look fatter.

    You need to setup you resolution so that is has roughly 16pixels across for every 9 pixels down, i.e 800x480 rather than 800x600 which is what I'd guess you're currently using.

    HTH

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    Lilliput Resolutions

    I got my Lilliput last week and spent Friday getting the thing setup. I got 1024x786 working but it looks to small. When I try 800x480 or 800x600 I get an "over range" message from the LCD. I tried sending the same resolutions to my desktop monitor and it works so I think my video card is sending the correct data.

    Anyone have any words of wisdom. I'm using Powerstrip to set the custom resolutions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwlund
    I got my Lilliput last week and spent Friday getting the thing setup. I got 1024x786 working but it looks to small. When I try 800x480 or 800x600 I get an "over range" message from the LCD. I tried sending the same resolutions to my desktop monitor and it works so I think my video card is sending the correct data.

    Anyone have any words of wisdom. I'm using Powerstrip to set the custom resolutions.
    SEARCH for posts by "NJay", he seems to have done a lot of testing with different resolutions

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    The only resolution that gives me a "almost" perfect 16:9 screen is 848x480@75hz.

    First this resolution didn't work but after doing a reset (can be found in the menu of the lilliputscreen) it worked !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizardtm
    The only resolution that gives me a "almost" perfect 16:9 screen is 848x480@75hz.

    First this resolution didn't work but after doing a reset (can be found in the menu of the lilliputscreen) it worked !
    What Mobo/video are you using? I cant get this res on CLE266 (M10K onboard video), I am already ****ed off

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