We’ve put another episode up on the Presentation Channel, on how to work with wide screen graphics.
You haven’t been able to buy a TV that isn’t wide screen since 2006. Yet the default setting for every screen graphics program is the old 4:3 TV format, like you’re watching it at your grandparents’ house.
This means that if your images are being stretched across a wide format plasma or LCD screen, your logo is distorted and people have unappealing melon-shaped heads.
Learn the secrets of wide screen in 3 minutes with no reading here: