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When you set a background image on a row, by default it is set to background: cover;, unless you change the scaling. Using background: 100% 100%; works with a slight difference. Here is a discussion on SO regarding the topic.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24654996/what-is-the-difference-between-background-size-cover-and-background-size-100

Basically, the latter works almost the same way as the former, just that it breaks the aspect ratio of the image. So I guess it depends what image you’re trying to

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I'm having a devil of a time trying to get the new Polar Breeze footage to look as good as the previous footage that you've given me.

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Compressing it further for the web only deteriorates it more. Some of the problems I'm running into are such things as that waviness that you saw at the top of the Polar Breeze machine and other places - turns out I can't clean it up in the normal way because the problem is already in the rendered footage, and also sometimes if there is any jerkiness in the zooms or pans, that gets more pronounced when being compressed again, even at very high quality levels

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I can work with it and get a reasonable result. 

Compressing it further for the web only deteriorates it more. Some of the problems I'm running into are such things as that waviness that you saw at the top of the Polar Breeze machine and other places - turns out I can't clean it up in the normal way because the problem is already in the rendered footage.

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