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The outer line is called the "safe action" area. The inner line is the "safe title" area.
These are just guides to help ensure that material will be viewable on most any TV. They don't necessarily correspond to the exact viewing area of a particular television, because that will vary from set to set.
ooooh. That's good to know. I guess it's impossible to then get it right, unless I fiddle with it, export little trials and try that then.
thank you for the info.
Just remember that getting it right on one TV could very well make it wrong on another. Stick with the guides and you'll be OK for most any TV.
Depending on the design of your logo, you might consider some "bleed" in the graphic itself, just like in printing to get the graphic to end beyond the page perimeter. If you've got a bug, then a graphic field behind it (say a rectangle with Opacity to 20% maybe even with a gradient from 20% to 0% to the right of the bug), that bleeds off of the screen, even beyond the Action Safe Area, will insure that the whole graphic is about where you want it, and then place the bug inside the Title Safe Area. Visually, it will appear that the logo does go off screen, but your bug will be where you placed it.