Black Borders In Milestone

Good day All,

I've decided to give milestone a look and installed the system.

So far everything is very nice, and I like the power of this system, however, there is one thing that "bothers" me.

While viewing a camera in a layout view (2X2, 4X4 Etc), I noticed that the cameras are not stretching in order to fill in their window and there are black borders that separate between the cameras.

Example of what I mean:

I understand that this is due to the resolution of the image, but on other VMS, each view completly filled the window of the layout, something like this:

My question: is this can be changed on the settings, or this is just how Milestone presents its live view?

Thank you all in advance.

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