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    Camera crop on overlay

    Whenever the camera over lays on to the the virtual set I am losing about 15% of the top and bottom of the camera input. The crops are all set to 0 but the camera shot still doesn't show up as full frame.
    Any ideas?

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    Could you give some more info please like is zero crop in camera setting or in the virtual input? Are you using A or Overlay in the virtual input?
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    The crop is set to 0 and I am using the overlay.

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    Sounds like you are losing like 5/8 pixels all around and not 15%? If this is correct, then its the way TriCaster overlays. It is something you would not even notice if program out was viewed on a video monitor.
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    This is a bit hard to diagnose. I think it might be helpful if you could post a screenshot showing the following:

    - The VI panel in question
    - The same VI displayed on the PGM monitor
    - The source monitors for all VI sources
    - The Input Config panel for the apparently incorrectly cropped source, open to the tab showing the crop settings.
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