What’s odd is it has a full border on all 4 sides of the image. I originally thought perhaps the splash screen image I was using was for 720p, which would explain a full border at 1080p, however when I checked the image size it does appear to correspond to the 1080p resolution…
I was using the Mac OS X like image of light gray with the raspberry in the middle. I decided to invert the image and then adjust the background so it was black to illiminate the border. And though I can’t be certain it actually appears to me like the logo in the middle is larger, making me think that now the image IS displaying at full screen…
But I like the way it looks inverted (it’s more Apple TV boot screen like), so I’m leaving it that way…
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