G1 YouTube App vs. 16:9

by Lauren Weinstein » Thu, 29 Jan 2009 01:12:10 GMT

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 As far as I can tell at this point, videos that will display full 16:9
on the main YouTube site will still display letterboxed and pillarboxed
on the G1.  This is not unexpected given the recent 16:9 support
on YouTube.  However, I'm curious as to when an update to the YouTube
app will enable full-screen display of 16:9 videos on the G1, and
in the meantime, if there are any alternate encoding parameters that would
allow a video to fill both the YouTube site 16:9 display area and the
full G1 screen?




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