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Old 3rd February 2007
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hi,
i have a little problem with the tvout using bsplayer.
i wanna watch xvid files which r widescreen. in normal window mode u can see that bsplayer cuts off the borders on the top and bottom which causes the image on the tv which uses overlay to stretch the image.
i know that its possible to keep the borders on bsplayer, because it worked before... the only way to solve this atm is if i create fake sub and idx files, which shouldnt be the right solution.

and i want to use theatremode so i can use the desktop for other stuff without having bsplayer in fullscreen


hope someone knows that problem
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If you have a 16:9 monitor on you PC, BSplayer will detect this and at first run it will set "cut top and bottom" option.
To avoid this, go in BSplayer preferences and disable this option (CTRL+P -> Video -> <disable> "Cut top and bottom..."), this way you'll be able to display the entire portion of the movie on your TV ;)
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thx, but that option is disabled by default and no i dont have a 16:9 monitor..

atm i can only use media player classic which i dont want to :)
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What happens if you depress [5] on numeric keypad?
If nothing: perhaps try BSPlayer's feature "Extend picture to" (assuming that you have a 4:3 TV and (e.g.) a 16:9 movie).
In Options > Preferences > Video > [Video rendering] just below the radio-buttons Mode 1 / Mode 2 there is a box offering several possibilities to "Extend picture to". Assuming that you have PAL as TV-standard: select "576 lines" (For NTSC it should be 480).
[You may have to set this option before loading video.]
Any result?
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nope neither gives any result unfortunately :((
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