But you'd need drivers for EVERYTHING on the disk. That's more than even a Windows disk has, and those are full...
It's quite simple, actually. Make sure nothing important is in the outer 10% of the screen, and let the TV sort out adding black bars if it isn't the same aspect ratio as your image (trust me, it's better than stretching the picture out of shape). The 10% is because some TVs fit the image by chopping some off the sides or bottom instead of adding black, or do both.Originally Posted by Spike
EDIT: For PC, you have to code to handle 4:3, 5:4, 16:9, 16:10, and maybe even multiple monitors, not to mention varying refresh rates and maybe allowing different anti-aliasing and texture filtering settings.