Solved 48:9 resolution on 16:9 screen Tags: Windows Control Panel Resolution Graphics Last response: May 18, 2013 5:14 PM in Graphics & Displays Share isoprovophlex May 18, 2013 3:56:51 PM Is there a way to add custom letterboxing to windows? I'm trying to use letterboxing with a custom resolution in the nvidia control panel to get a 48:9 res like you would get with three monitors. More about : resolution screen Best solution Soda-88 May 18, 2013 5:14:19 PM Right click desktop > NVIDIA Control Panel > Change resolution > Customize > Create Custom Resolution Share Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources laptop 1366x768 resolution to 16:9 1920x1080 full hd by using external monitor? Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 Pro 64bit max screen resolution locked at 1600x1200 with r9 270 Forum 16:9 vs 16:10 and Screen Stretching/Shrinking to 1:1 Forum Maximum Resolution for a 23" Monitor 16:9 Forum Solved16:9 -16:10 screen res confusion? Forum 16:9 or "Screen Fit" (1:1 pixel ratio) screen size on HDTV for gaming Forum How to get a 16:9 resolution on LCD TV Forum How to get a 16:9 resolution on LCD TV Forum PC games resolution developer standard 16x10 or 16x9? Forum how to switch to 16:9 resolution? Forum asus sabertooth p67 + amd r9 290x + pciex16_1 = boot_device_led ON and black screen Forum Flashing yellow "fit mode" and then "full mode" on my 16x9 screen Windows 7 Forum non wide screen monitors (5:4 ratio) Vs wide screen monitors (16:9 ratio) Forum 16:9 games on 16:10 screen Forum 16:9 monitor won't display 1600x900 in full screen Forum SolvedOverclocking stability issues at 4.8Ghz on ASUS P9X79PRO | i7 3930K | Corsair H110 Forum SolvedUltra Wide + 16:9? Forum SolvedASUS Z9PE-D16 doesn't start, have a couple of concerns Forum SolvedLow fps in Counter strike 1.6 with R9 270x 2Gb GPU Forum SolvedCan dual PCI-e Gen3 @ x16 on Asrock Z97 Extreme9 be real? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !