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PBP Ratio in G5 Odyssey 34 (LC34G55)

(Topic created on: 04-03-2024 04:09 AM)
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old_mikser
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Hello. As far as I can understand I have latest firmware (1005.3) and seems like there is no way to split monitor other than 2 equal parts in PBP mode.

So, I'm getting two 1720x1440 parts... I'd like to get 2560x1400 + 880x1440 or something close to it, if this is possible.

Very disappointed if there is no such option, as I saw it on a lot of other monitors. "Screen ratio" settings (auto or wide) just controls image stretching.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.


Edit: I found out there is newer firmware. So the question is: if I'll be able to achieve what I want with it? Is there some changelog or something I can check? Cuz, currently in all other aspects it's working perfectly, and I don't want to touch something that works :smiling-face:

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Daniel-M
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Hi @old_mikser!

Unfortunately, I don't think this is possible on your monitor. We have a program called easy settings box that we use to achieve this. But I'm afraid this program doesn't support your monitor. This is usually only available on our B2B models.

/Daniel
old_mikser
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Sad... Thanks for reply anyways!

scsanty
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Have you gotten a solution? 

This is actually annoying to not have this out of the box in Samsung Ultrawide monitors while monitors from other brand in the same segment has it by default. 

Powertoys and easy settings box are not the answer as it doesn't let you use full screen within the zone. 

old_mikser
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No, I haven't.

Highly disappointed. This is not cheap monitor and missing so obvious function (in my eyes) feels unnatural. Ultrawide monitor with PBP function making it two 4:3 seems joke. I mean, PBP here is just nominal, if it wouldn't support  it at all, It would make much more sense. Especially as I'm pretty sure this is firmware issue, so it's fixable.