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    Does anyone know the exact dimensions that will completely show a projector file with out show everything you have on the side of the canvas and won't loose quality?

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    your normal screen size is 640 x 480. So your stage could be scaled according to this standard and would fit any window. You will still need to put the fs command to fullscreen. Regards, Bill

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    You can also try 800x600 since most people use at least that resolution or higher nowadays.

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    There will be abit of file size different in using 640x800 and 800x600.I m using 640x800 bcos it can be use for resolution 640x800 and above.

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    Are you trying to say your set up for the 16:9 format?

    Video standard 4:3 is what most screens are and that would be 640 x 480 / 720 x 540 /800 x 600. Since Flash will scale you can set it at 640 x 480 and it will work both up and down the scale.

    800 x 640 is a new one on me. Regards, Bill

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