The PS3 can’t “handle” 21:9 in any way, it just outputs 1080p (or 720p/480 whatever) as it always does, whichever looks right at 16:9.
All you have to do is turn off the PS3, and then when you turn it back on, press and hold the power button for five seconds. The PS3 automatically detects the correct resolution for the television being used.
90% of PS3 games are rendered at or near 720p. Again, I think the best you can do is just select all resolutions in the display settings. 99% of the time, the developer defaults to the best resolution for their game.
A workaround is to turn off your PS3 and then press and hold the power button until you hear a beep. After the beep, the PS3 should switch to the basic 480p resolution. After that you can change the settings to the connection and resolution you have in the video settings.
So yes – as long as you continue to use HDMI 1.4 cables, your PS3 will work on a TV with HDMI 2.0 ports.
Use the wireless controller’s left and right sticks to select the area you want to keep. Use the left stick to scroll in any direction and use the right stick to zoom in or out.
You can never turn off 576p as that is the lowest setting and if the game doesn’t support the highest setting you checked it will revert to the next lowest supported setting which was 576p and i don’t think LBP plays in 1080p could be wrong but the one time I played I had to put it in 720p.
Set the screen image size for DVDs. This setting is only active if the TV type under (Settings) > is set to [4:3]. (Display Settings) > [Video Output Settings]. Set the image to fill the TV screen by cropping the top and bottom or left and right of the image.
< li>Select the connection type on your TV.
Full HD means that a monitor has 1920 pixels horizontally across the screen and 1080 pixels vertically, i.e. 1920 x 1080 and is therefore sometimes cropped to 1080p. If you want to enjoy Full HD content, just having a Full HD TV or projector is not enough.
Output Resolution: From the PS3 XMB (System Menu), go to Settings->Display Settings and change the output resolution. For standard definition games, sometimes outputting at a lower resolution results in a smoother look. Smoothing: In-game, press the PS button and select Other Settings – >Smoothing.