This is probably a pretty basic question but I'm not sure how to phrase it, so I'm having a hard time searching it.
Silver Ticket screen with thin bezel (1/2" black frame) 1.1 grain.
I have set the Optoma UHD50X projector using the test pattern so it fits well.
When watching a movie there seems to be some light that extends past the edges of the screen almost forming a perfect frame of light about 1" wide all around. I thought the projector needed to be adjusted but that was not the case. The "light frame" does not seem to be part of the movie or show that is being projected.
We have another Seymour screens that has a 2" black, light absorbing border that does not have that issue (Sony projector). I had assumed that 2" light absorbing border was if you didn't have your projector adjusted correctly. Maybe it's for that odd light frame?
Is what I'm experiencing some sort of projector phenomenon I never experienced since my first screen had the light absorbing border or is this something else? It probably doesn't help that the wall the screen in mounted on is painted white.
Thanks in advance
[Edited by Eric M. on Apr 5, 2021 at 10:37 PM]