The Nexus One shoots video in a 720 x 480 pixel configuration, which is common for widescreen recording. But the pixels seems to be square (though this description may be an abuse of a term of art), which means that the target aspect ratio for display is 1.5 x 1 (rather than 16:9, which is 1.77 x 1). This seems to be confirmed when the video is uploaded to YouTube, which displays the result at 1.5 x 1. Other camera phones that shoot 720 x480 squeeze the image for a 16:9 display target. Why in the world wouldn't the Nexus One do the same? Is there a way to adjust this with software? (When I run the Nexus One video through software that allows conversion to 16:9 display, the images are unnaturally stretched.) Thanks in advance.