Recent Examples of aspect ratio from the Web
The new release is the first time the concert footage will be released in HD, 4K and HDR formats, and in 16:9 aspect ratio.
Instagram’s help guide says the service supports photos and videos only with aspect ratios between 1.91:1 (a horizontal wide-screen/landscape shape) and 4:5 (a vertical portrait shape)
Samsung's 8-megapixel front-facing camera also has a wide aspect ratio for users to take better selfies with friends.
Halpin-Healy explained the underlying science, including the wine bottle’s aspect ratio and something called the Rayleigh Number, to me.
The production team, divided between Poland and the UK, spent a year adapting to their cinematic frame (in the standard aspect ratio of 1.33:1) some 125 different Van Gogh paintings, either as backgrounds or as character studies.
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First Known Use of aspect ratio
ASPECT RATIO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aspect ratio for English Language Learners
: a number that compares the width and height of a movie or television picture
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