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Old 25 August 2011, 10:38   #193
Mr B
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Correct me if i'm wrong, but what it does, is takes the data "used" to create the image, and blows it up in size? might not be the most flattering way to describe it, but isn't that exactly what scaling means? With a little luck your way is a neater way, producing a cleaner image over the sometimes blocky results cheap TV's get.

Sure, i've been misunderstanding things before, but thats my understanding?
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