anamorphic video signal
(it appears "squished" horizontally, or unnaturally tall) without alteration
  Anamorphic video signal, now properly converted to appear on a standard TV with aspect ratio of 1.33:1 (or 4:3), as a letterboxed image. Note the wide bars on top and bottom
  Anamorphic video signal, now appearing properly on a widescreen TV with aspect ratio of 2.35:1 (or 16:9). Note the thin bars on top and bottom

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