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Project mounted too far back, shrink image possible?

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Hello, i have a projector that can only be mounted in one place, too far from the white board, the zoom is on minimum but the image is still too large, is there a way to create a smaller image using some software? 2" of each side would mean the screen whould fit onto the white board!


thanks, madlan.
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by:Iggy79
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Well a few questions come to mind first.

What Projector are you using?  Make and Model.
What are you trying to project on it?
And kind of system do you have?  Aka system Sects.

I can look for some programs for you but I think most projectors adjust for that reason.  I would ref to the operators Manual for those settings. Thanks Iggy79,
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You can try a product like PowerStrip, which will let you change your screen resolution and offsets from the edge.  Hopefully, you will be able to create black borders like letterboxing in movies and the important part will be the only thing visible.
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powerstrip does not have the option?

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