Moving pictures does not fit my TV. Dont show the bottom picture?

Discussion in 'Moving Pictures' started by Timmern, January 25, 2009.

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    Helo

    Everythink works smooth, but I have one problem. The lover part of the movie library is "beneath" the screen. It is very sad that I cant see the last part of text and movie cover.



    When I watch movies or something else everything is perfect, but as soon as I enter the moving pictures library it screws up.... Cant find any settings to fix this!

    I uploaded a picture so that you can see my problem
    oh, one more thing.. Anyone know of a good looking skin? I dont like the original, its kind of boring:p

    Thank you for all help!
     

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    Thats your screen resolution, it neither 16:9 or 4:3 in format.
     
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    What resolution should I use? I have a 1080P Sony kdl46w4500 tv and sitting 4m away. If I set the resolution to 1080 the text and Icons becomes way to samll for me to read...

    How does this actually work when I play 1080P movies? will it show in 1080P even when I have selected 1280X720 at the windows desktop?

    thank you for all the help!
     
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    Might be best to try a skin that exactly matches your resolution, then you have a comparison for your needs, there are posts around about increasing font sizes in normal skins, but these tend to be skin specific.

    Black & White 1080p - MediaPortal Forum

    Will give you a idea.
     
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    The 16x10 AR is in the making (Issue 294) but it will be the generic version. So only for those skins that do not include support for Moving Pictures!
     
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    Cant find out what to do. All my friends seem to have the same problem. Even when we try 1366X768 or 1280X720. 16:9 resolutions in other words!
    Do I really need to change the skin?

    Is it possible to change resolution in the program?
     
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