Sigmund Augdal sigmunau at stud.ntnu.no
Mon Sep 23 21:59:01 CEST 2002

Den 2002.09.23 21:39 skrev Jeshua Lacock:
> On Monday, September 23, 2002, at 12:17 PM, Stephan Assmus wrote:
>>>>> If none else is already working on it, I was planning on adding a
>>>>> zoom
>>>>> capability to the client.
>>>>> I have a lot of movies that are not full screen, and I would like
>>>>> the
>>>>> ability to zoom in and play them full screen.
>>>>> It looks like vout_PlacePicture would be the function to edit?
>>>>> If anyone has any suggestions or ideas before I embark on this
>>>>> journey,
>>>>> they are most welcome.
>>>> What interface are you using? Most interface plugins already offer
>>>> this
>>>> functionality.
>>> Nice.
>>> Mac OS X.
>> Hm. Maybe we're talking different things. Is it that you mean non-4:3
>> movies that have black bars on top and bottom and you'd like to cut 
>> off
>> some of the sides to fill your entire 4:3 monitor?
>> If you're just talking about fullscreen (ie with or without bars) - 
>> the
>> MacOSX interface doesn't offer this? (I don't know, I'm working on 
>> the
>> BeOS interface.)
> Yes, exactly - well almost.  I have a 16:10 aspect monitor. Often 
> 16:9 DVDs often have black bars that fill them to 4:3 (above and 
> below the image) - thus the image does not fill my screen. I want to 
> "crop" the bars, or zoom in past them.
> Yes - the Mac OS X client does offer "Full Screen", however many of 
> my movies do not fill my 16:10 screen...
try with the "crop" video filter. It should be able to do what you want.

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