I received my DreamScreen last week and promptly set it up. I had no issues, and it's pretty damn fantastic.
With that said, I noticed it does nothing to detect the left and right edges of standard definition content (4:3, unstretched, on a 16:9 screen), and thus do it's dreamscreeny thing.
Couldn't the same top-and-bottom edge detection methods for letterboxed content be implemented for the left and right sides of standard definition content?
Edit: This also affects classic console systems which originally supported a 4:3 aspect ratio, which have been modded for HDMI output (HiDef NES) or these new all-in-one systems like the NES Classic. We get top and bottom dreamscreeny goodness, but nothing on the left and right sides.
Last Edit: Jan 23, 2017 17:48:14 GMT by mikebusch2