Got a couple of other items worked up in both 1440x1024 and 1600x1024 since the originals maintaining their original aspect rations when enlarged kept coming up to the 1024 pixels from about 480-504pixel original. MS has a new "Showcase Windows 10" as the first flavoring with a neutral film studio backdrop to work from.
And then the larger 1600x1024 version
That was just the rough edges there.
Well then one someone mentioned the word "Fractal" that brought something to mind like a "W10 Fractal Projector". And that also comes with a 1600x1024 variant as well.
Again the original enlarged to the 1024 pixles without any change except the original didn't look anything like it does here! Even the free PaintNet has a few of it's own customizing effects.
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Here's a few screens showing how those came out when applied to a dual display set up here. The movie camera was an old wallpaper that lacked anything but just a basic backdrop for a video editing software used for the capture card here. The only drawback was the camera being too faded in color to work with the two inserts. Here's a few combinations as they came out however with the 1600x900 native res on the right.
That last one should go great with the gaming crowd being a shot from the Prey pc title I was able to see the dark 10 insert work with. Here's that separately in both screen sizes.
Now the original capture came out at 500x500 pixels so resizing it for any screen will work as long as the shape in retained on the insert itself. 1600x900 as well as 1440x900 should work just as well. for it.