hello, what are the abc's of what a studio will do for the OAR of a film to its finished product set onto DVD.. ?? If a film is shot in 1:85 and the box states 1:85 but because it is "enhanced" 16 x 9- the new ratio is now 1:78.. What I need to know is : Is the DVD program still in 1:85, thru coaxial or RCA video output..?/ BUT thru HDMI/component to widescreen TV the technology takes the 1:85 image and pushes it now into a new aspect ratio of 1:78 ???? Or is the image regardless of how it is presented from DVD - all 1:78? and if it is.. , did we get robbed by the film in question now being shown slightly matted or cropped?? (slight pan and scan) ..( i.e. the box art states 1:85 anamorphically enhanced )... there are literally thousands of titles in the past ten years that are OAR 1:85 but are now in 1:78.. Or is just the technology -that is taking the 1:85 image and displaying through the 'enhanced' anamorphic electronics & slightly cropping that image just for our benefit ??, of our enjoyment of Hi-def 16x9 viewing.. I know it appears to be slightly confusing on the surface of these questions., but I really cannot find, thru all of the internet, what is the true aspect ratio being delivered to the screen in our living rooms., from the time the movie left the lab and is transferred to all the elements in tow for our dvd release.. I appreciate all the candid and honest honest answers to this perplexing situation..