Advertisements Hello all, I rented a film on Amazon this weekend through the app on Roamio and noticed an annoying quirk with the way it handles aspect ratios in relation to the ZOOM button setting. The film is Deathgasm, which is listed with a 2.35:1 aspect ratio on IMDB but it filled the frame on my LCD meaning it was displaying at 1.78:1 (16:9). We noticed the opening titles and text graphics (which were close to the edges of the frame) were getting cut off. After we finished the movie I did some troubleshooting and realized the culprit was the ZOOM setting I had enabled. I usually don't have issues with aspect ratio on the Roamio, especially with HD content. My TV (a Sharp) is set to "Dot by Dot" so it takes it's cue from the devices feeding it and I never have to touch the aspect button on that remote. For SD channels we normally have the Roamio set to ZOOM as it's the least annoying and we only lose a little bit of image at the top and bottom; PANEL is just too small and FULL is useless. On HD content, the Roamio displays it properly and locks out the ZOOM control so that the settings don't matter. That did NOT happen in this case. The Amazon movie was locked into the ZOOM setting so that's why it was getting cut off. When I changed it to PANEL it displayed properly -- but, as you know, pushing the ZOOM button kicks you out to Live TV! So not only was the Amazon app displaying HD content incorrectly, it couldn't be easily fixed without stopping playback and exiting the app. Has anyone else seen this behavior? Was it a fluke? I've watched a lot of Amazon (and Netflix) content and I've not experience this behavior before – or if I did I didn't notice. Only the cropped titles clued me in that the ratio was off. I plan on opening a ticket with Tivo but I wonder if I should tell Amazon about it first? Which service is at fault here?