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Drácula de 1931 29th October 2006 11:02 AM

aspect ratio, move and/or resize frame
 
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adicoto 29th October 2006 11:27 AM

As for the aspect ratio, the easyest way to deal is with shift+1, +2 and +3 (original, 16:9 and 4:3).
As for resizing, I think I didn't understand exactly what you are trying to say.

Drácula de 1931 29th October 2006 11:31 AM

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adicoto 29th October 2006 11:36 AM

Yes, now I see. It is possible to be a bug. Can't test right now, 'cause I am on a laptop without numpad. On the evening I will go back to my PC and see.

Drácula de 1931 29th October 2006 11:58 AM

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BSPeter 29th October 2006 01:22 PM

Screen options in BSPlayer's full screen mode are:
  1. You can "free resize" the videoscreen using the following key-combinations of [Ctrl]-key together with a numeric key of the numeric key-pad:
    [Ctrl]/[2] : Free resize down
    [Ctrl]/[8] : Free resize up
    [Ctrl]/[4] : Free resize left
    [Ctrl]/[6] : Free resize right
  2. You can move the videoscreen using the same numeric keys, but without [Ctrl]
  3. Then there is the feature to pan-in/out (Default keys: [+]/[-] on numeric key-board).
  4. (Key [5] of numeric keypad can be used to "reset".)
(Note the mentioned keys are only valid unless you've redefined the default key definitions for this under
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Key definitions & WinLIRC. There you can define your own keydefinitions seperately for Windowed mode and for Full screen mode.
)

I think you're correct that BSPlayer does not provide in (direct) reverse options for the "free resize" options as mentioned here-above. All options really concern only "enlarge" (in the direction of the "keypad-arrow-keys", similar to the move-option with the same keys, but without [Ctrl]). A reverse option to "free shrink down/up/left/right" (e.g. allocated to [Alt]+num.keypad [2]/[8]/[6]/[4]) would indeed enhance flexibility.

Or alternatively simply "free adjust screen width up/down" and "free adjust screen height up/down" (in stead of the (up/down-ward or sideward) resize options now available) which in combination with the move options would be an ideal feature.
With respect to the zoom-option (the last two pictures in your post):
did you try the pan-in/out (Num-pad [+]/[-])?
:wink:
(Of course in window-mode BSPlayer already has such flexibility: provided you have unchecked "Keep aspect ratio" under (rightclick >) "Video", you can change the video-window to any ratio you want.)

BSPeter 29th October 2006 02:23 PM

By the way ....
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Originally Posted by adicoto
As for the aspect ratio, the easiest way to deal is with shift+1, +2 and +3 (original, 16:9 and 4:3).

....the use of which possibility (or repeatedly press [A] (=default key) to "cycle" through the aspect ratios) solves for most pictures a wrong aspect ratio upon display.
:wink:
P.S.:
The last picture as shown between "BSPLAYER can't do this:" and "MPC can. That's the problem" doesn't seem to me to have a correct ratio either (so MPC seemingly cannot do it properly either?).

Drácula de 1931 29th October 2006 02:26 PM

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Drácula de 1931 29th October 2006 02:31 PM

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BSPeter 29th October 2006 02:45 PM

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Originally Posted by BSPeter
....the use of which possibility (or repeatedly press [A] (=default key) to "cycle" through the aspect ratios) solves for most pictures a wrong aspect ratio upon display.

I just said what I said, i.e. that - for most movies - it is a solution. Another solution could also be to define your own custom aspect-ratio: (rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Video (General-tab):
In the lower/middle part of the window you can add your own "Custom aspect ratios". Did you know that?
:wink:

Drácula de 1931 29th October 2006 03:01 PM

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Tizio 29th October 2006 04:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Drácula de 1931
Quote:

Originally Posted by BSPeter
I just said what I said, i.e. that - for most movies - it is a solution. Another solution could also be to define your own custom aspect-ratio: (rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Video (General-tab):

What specific option? I see here, 4x3, 16x9, Original AR and anamorphic (the 4th automatic option I forgot to mention).

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Originally Posted by BSPeter
In the lower/middle part of the window you can add your own "Custom aspect ratios". Did you know that?

Where? And how this works?

But have you opened the preferences window or are you just seeing the "right-click -> Video -> Aspect ratio" options?? :?
If you follow BSPeter's instructions you'll see the Preferences window (in the upper part you'll have a list of options and at the bottom the custom aspect ratios..)

Try this, press CTRL+P (it will open the preferences window) and then select the "Video" tab (from the left list). At the bottom of Video (-> General) settings you'll see a box with a label "Custom aspect ratios". In the text field you can add the aspect ratio you want, and once you'll press the "Add" buton that custom aspect ratio is there to be used (you can use the "A" shorcut for this)

Drácula de 1931 29th October 2006 06:15 PM

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Tizio 29th October 2006 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Drácula de 1931
Sorry, I see now what you mean. That really works! :shock:

Well, the last problem is related when you're trying to move the video window... the speed... :D

;)

About the speed... I think the only thing to do is to add it to the feature requests, but I think BSP developpers have other priorities for the Feature set.. :roll:

EDIT:
Anyway it's not so slow... It took me less than 30 seconds to move the entire image from the left side to the right side (completely out of the screen borders) :)

BSPeter 29th October 2006 08:29 PM

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Originally Posted by BSPeter
Or alternatively simply "free adjust screen width up/down" and "free adjust screen height up/down" (in stead of the (up/down-ward or sideward) resize options now available) which in combination with the move options would be an ideal feature.

I personally do indeed feel that increase/decrease width/height would be better options, than those presently available, certainly in combination with the existing move-options (which should remain as they are).
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So I surely wouldn't mind if :
[Ctrl]/[2] ("Free resize down")  would become "decrease height"
[Ctrl]/[8] ("Free resize up")    would become "increase height"
[Ctrl]/[4] ("Free resize left")  would become "decrease width"
[Ctrl]/[6] ("Free resize right") would become "increase width"
I seriously suggest this change to BS.Player's team!

:wink:

BSPeter 26th May 2012 08:49 PM

bump
:wink:


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