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Is there any tutorial how to set up your game to work on different resolutions and screen aspect ratios?

I use a 16:9 1920x1080p screen myself, but I want my game to work on e.g. 4k and 21:9 screens, too. I have no idea how to set it up correctly.

What stretch mode should I take? What stretch aspect? What resolution should I take by default (for creating the game)? How do I set up a mainmenu background that works on 21:9 screens, too? etc

Godot version 3.3.2
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The general godot documentation from the Godot website Stable version.

Multiple Resoultions - Godot Engine Stable

I will link a couple of YouTube videos that aren't specific tutorials for how to setup what you were looking to do, but generally decent information towards what you were looking for as well.

YT- Picking a Game Resolution
YT - Game Programming:Scaling | Godot Basic Tutorial

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