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Old 3rd January 2009
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Originally Posted by adicoto
The real problem it's into the pixel ratio. The file at 480x480 have a different pixel ratio than 1:1 (like 640x480 - normal resolution). SO, either the file lacks the information about the pixel ratio (the encoder doesn't write this information in file's header), either BSPlayer doesn't recognise that information. As I don't have any problems with such files I will take my chance and tell that the file it's inproper encoded.
Thanks for the info, so there's nothing to do for Bsplayer or decoders/filters?

As i have mailed that kind of files you about that problem, you confirmed that the initial video size is shown bigger than it should be.

I used MediaInfo to see if video is really 480x480 (as well as other videos affects that problem) and here is the report:

Video #0
Codec : MPEG-2 Video
Codec/Family : MPEG-V
Codec profile : Main@Main
Codec settings, Matrix : Standard
PlayTime : 3mn 34s
Bit rate mode : CBR
Bit rate : 2361 Kbps
Nominal bit rate : 2520 Kbps
Width : 480 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display Aspect ratio : 4/3

Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Standard : NTSC
Chroma : 4:2:0
Interlacement : Bottom Field First
Writing library : encoded by TMPGEnc (ver.

And doesn't that mean that header is correct (480x480) but Bsplayer opens in different video size till i fix it by pressing "2"?

So, i couldn't understand why you didn't have such problem about that kind of files.

Thanks again.
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