Topic Title: DFP Setup in CCC
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Created On: 08/18/2013 08:58 PM
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 08/18/2013 08:58 PM
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I've recently connected my laptop to the HDTV via HDMI and I'd like to get some help with the manual setup in CCC. Since I'm a rookie at using the control center, I'm clueless on which options are recommended to tick and which aren't; there's a choice of ITC processing, GPU scaling and using scaled values instead of customized settings. I don't know what their effects are but I need to know whic can benefit the performance, especially in gaming on huge displays.

Would be much appropriate for support.

 08/19/2013 03:38 AM
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None of these affects performance. Instead, they affect how the picture looks on your display.

I have no idea what that ITC processing is, I have no such options. I suggest reading the help file for information about that.

GPU scaling is meant to make sure 4:3 resolutions aren't stretched on your wide screen. If you enable it and set it to maintain aspect ratio, you'll have black bars at the two side of the screen when running in a 4:3 resolution. This is called pillarboxing.

There is also an overscan setting, which should be set in such a way that the picture fits your screen. Usually it's at 0%.


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