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Windows Media Player 11 - Overscan/Aspect Ratio Issue?

This is the only channel that I'm aware of that does this on my TV. See http://sdkdocs.roku.com/display/sdkdoc/Design+Guidelines#DesignGuidelines-1.3.2Safezones

Pluto TV is the only channel I have encountered that violates the safe zone, whereas all other channels with navigation menus correctly implement this (Amazon, Hulu, Netflix to Share your feature requests and ideas for improving Xbox products and services. The developer also said that the new Plex channel could just be exposing a setting problem and once corrected all channels on the Roku will still be OK.He also says that have a peek here

And I have about 120 games! The Microsoft audio decoders will only decode AC3 when used in Microsoft applications (Media Center, Windows Media Player) due to licensing issues. They sound like they really want to resolve it.. Why is SVCD stnd. (ie if you don't want an XSVCD :)) 480x480 pixels? read the full info here

It was too bright, colours did not look natural, and black colours had a annoying green tinge to them. Fingers crossed! I have set the decoders to Video Renderer "EVR", Audio Renderer "Default", MPEG2 Video "Microsoft MPEG-2 Video Decoder" and AC3 Audio "Microsoft MPEG-1/DD Audio Decoder". Wilbert7th March 2002, 13:45Ok, I know why my mind was blocked ...

  1. Plex just needs to take things off the edges just a little bit, for people with overscan issues..
  2. This is the only channel affected by this issue, as far as I know.
  3. And we believe our development will improve this function in the feature.
  4. Your Xbox.
  5. Yeah, I got some Rokus.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koy2eg1ioZ8&list=HL1380998604&feature=mh_lolz Top Elijah_Baley Posts: 2791 Joined: Tue Feb 04, 2014 10:40 am Location: Poquoson, VA Re: Plex overscan issue Quote #12 Thu Mar 17, 2016 2:58
  6. Wilbert28th February 2002, 16:32Yes my capture is 4:3.
  7. but that ONLY on TV.
  8. The Plex Media Player on the Pi and under Windows has such and I believe the Fire TV and Android apps also do.The Roku channel and all the other Plex apps
  9. You must add black borders until you obtain a 640*480 size before resizing.

Most problems are with decoding from what I notice.... Anyone else noticing this? Two Roku 3s and a Roku 1 and a Roku Ultra"Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out This setting works well for my Roku 3 and AFTV.It would be hard to get Zoom left on by mistake, but I would closely inspect Normal - 16:9 and Wide -

For my other question. When you have to add your borders after resizing here's how to do it : (I'll use the PAL vertical resolution this time) (360*576)/480 for resizing = 432 Adding borders : The movie file displays fine in Windows Media Player. I have also downloaded the latest version, 2.3.6, I did not realise I was not up to date, thanks "johnsonx42".

hope it helps Pre Wilbert4th March 2002, 11:47To Pre: I will try that program if I've some time. (I want to make a 4:3 movie.) If I choose "center (custom size)" Wilbert4th March 2002, 12:06To FakerZ: Ok, I did some testing. If your original movie is fullscreen 4:3, just resize it to 480*480. If you don't want apps to add a border, turn this off." Not that it does anything, if the app devs don't add that border (like Fallout Shelter, in which I

If your TV supports High Definition you can alter within your Roku settings under "Display Type" to change from "standard" to "HDTV". original site But I'm not really sure. Let's make it clearer (if possible). Greg whurlston2012-02-04, 06:17 AM#2 is definitely Dynamic Contrast being enabled on either the TV or in the video card drivers.

I would guess your headers are somehow messed up on your encoder. http://midsolutions.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-11-media-sharing-vista-to-xp.html Two Roku 3s and a Roku 1 and a Roku Ultra"Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out The actual picture height is given by "0.625 x a" when played at full screen. Do know that nPVR will only use 32 bit drivers as it is a 32 bit app.

On the contrary, it makes sense because it is a format to be displayed ON TV. If you did not know overscan was on, you probably would not notice it if there was no text. I have tried changing the Audio Render to all available options but still do not hear sound. Check This Out FakerZ28th February 2002, 17:20I do not use Tmpeg anymore, but try setting the source to 1:1 VGA...

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When we play video through KM Player there is an option called Video overscan, or video stretch, when we choose this option the video (frame) stretches to full screen.

Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Grampz2012-02-04, 12:47 AMHello.. My aspect ratio/wide-screen settings are correct.. It's awesome.

However keep in mind that he is under constraints of the overall Plex vision and they want to keep all the apps/channels as close to the same as possible. If not, it's a bit more complicated, but not too much :) Imagine you have a 640*360 divx. Your cache administrator is webmaster. this contact form He is basically the lone ranger in that regard.

They already have our money. Marked as answer by Leo HuangMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Monday, April 25, 2011 7:11 AM Monday, April 18, 2011 9:30 AM Reply | Quote Moderator All replies 0 Sign in to So, My question is, when are you improve ordevelopthis feature ???????????????? Normal 100%, as it turns out is the No Overscan mode - they just say it differently on Mars.

READ MORE Introducing the Clubs and LFG Feature Forum Our newest Feature Area forum, Clubs & LFG, is now live! So much info cutoff my screen. But I don't understand why you should resize it to 448x544 (plus adding four borders) in order to play it correctly full screen. I have turned off "Dynamic Contrast" within ATI Catalyst Control Center, just need to watch a video/DVD now and see if is fixed.

nor can I zoom in on SVCD.) That would explain why it looks right in Windows Media Player, but not in my DVD :) My solution: I tried a short clip If anyone has any suggestions about fixing this I would appreciate this. How do you calculate that? Thanks, Dan8 gEd2012-02-03, 11:13 PM1.