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xq95sys 9th December 2005 11:50 PM

Picture zoomed way in in fullscreen
I just ran into a strange problem on my laptop. When I switch to fullscreen mode, I get a picture that's extremely zoned in (I can only view a small part of the movie) almost as if bsplayer isn't recognizing my monitor resolution correctly. When I switch out of fullscreen and into fullscreen again, the picture shrinks. Everytime I repeat, it shrinks further and further until it disappears. Hitting M for movie mode fixes the problem temporarily. I've never seen this before, and I can't figure out what could be wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Edit: Bsplayer 1.36, ATI Drivers 5.11, ATI Radeon X700 Mobility, Windows XP SP2. All other player apps work fine.

trodas 20th December 2005 12:46 AM

Witch output mode in BSplayer you set? Did you check your display drivers for zoom stuff in overlay? :wink:

xq95sys 23rd December 2005 03:55 PM

My video drivers are fine, haven't changed anything from defaults and works just fine in VLC media player and WMP.

Using the default output mode in BSPlayer, internal overlay. Mode 1 and 2, tried both. Seems to be some problem with pan&scan, because hitting O while in fullscreen for auto pan and scan fixes the picture. However, exiting fullscreen and reentering it produces the same error once again.

BSPeter 24th December 2005 10:38 AM

Did you also try hitting [5] on numeric keyboard?

Mazena 30th August 2008 09:09 PM

I have the same problem and hitting 5 on my numpad just shrinks the video to a small-ass-can't-see-anything. Every time I start watching a new video, it zooms in when going to fullscreen.

Tizio 31st August 2008 10:49 AM

You can try to delete BSplayer preferences file (BSplayer.xml) and see if the problem persists..
(it should be located under C:\Documents and Settings\USER_NAME\Application Data\BSplayer\ or in BSplayer installation dir, by default C:\Program Files\Webteh\BSplayer\ or under C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Roaming\BSplayer\ if you are using Vista)

Find BSplayer.xml file, then delete it (or rename it if you want to backup your BSplayer settings) and start BSplayer.. then check if the problem persists

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