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       Changing aspect ratio?
    post Mar 11 2011, 05:48 PM
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    Most of my MKV videos I play off my External through the Media Player show up very narrow on the TV.

    Using both the Normal and Widescreen aspect settings, neither really help the matter. And if I use the zoom buttons, I end up zooming in alot further than I want to, thus cutting out half the picture.

    Have checked through most the custom mods, and can't see anyway to do it.

    I could render all my video's, to make them the correct aspect, but that would take way to long.

    Any shortcuts or mods I may have missed, Or is it just something I'll have to deal with.

    My TV does have an option to alter aspect ratio, but whenever I try to use it whilst on the media player channel (HDMI 1) it appears 'greyed' out and I can't select any of the options.

    Thanks in advance for any help (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)
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    Since the video decoder is close-source, what you see is what you get.
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