User defined zoom factor

Discussion in 'watch/edit Videos' started by cardu, November 29, 2008.

  1. cardu

    cardu New Member

    November 14, 2008
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    Home Country:
    Poland Poland
    TV-Server Version: none
    MediaPortal Version:
    MediaPortal Skin: mpsp
    Windows Version: XP+SP3
    CPU Type: AMD Athlon XP 1,67GHz
    Memory: 640MB
    Video Card: ATI Radeon 9200
    Video Card Driver:
    Sound Card: AC'97 (build in) and Creative Sound Blaster MP3+ (external USB)
    Sound Card AC3:
    Sound Card Driver: and 5.1.2600.0
    1. TV Card: Hauppauge WinTV HVR-1300
    1. TV Card Type: analog + DVB-T
    1. TV Card Driver: 2.122.26109.0
    MPEG2 Video Codec: ffdshow
    MPEG2 Audio Codec: ffdshow
    h.264 Video Codec: ffdshow
    TV - HTPC Connection: S-Video

    These is my first post in forum therefore hello to everyone and gratulations for developers.
    Now my question: haw increase zoom factor for 'ZOOM' function in playing video file (no DVD) ? It is possible ?

    I want cut off black box on top and bottom of the screen (or just reduce). I know I'm lossing left and right parts of the screen bat it's better then change AR. Different between 'ZOOM' and 'NORMAL' is to small.

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