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The term fullscreen refers to an image or video occupying the screen entirely.

  • A video display having an aspect ratio of 4:3 (opposed widescreen)
  • In film, the use of pan and scan, image cropping, or windowboxing to fit widescreen content into a display with aspect ratio of 4:3
  • In computing, a window or frame which covers the full screen, often subverting the operating system's normal interface


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