[MPlayer-users] Help needed: Video scaling
paul_strickland at mail.com
Thu Nov 21 21:06:04 EET 2019
Thanks for the input, guys
I've three screens running, but on 3 different machines. They are sync'd using the udp master/slave functionality. Only one of them needs to be scaled down.
The suggested -zoom -xy 0.67 worked well in isolation, but seemed to struggle when I had a master & slave setup going, where either the master or slave didn't have a zoom option set. But adding -zoom -xy 1 to the machines that didn't need scaling seemed to solve the problem.
So it looks like I have a working solution. Won't be able to test it in the full rig until tomorrow, but I'll let you know how I get on.
From: MPlayer-users [mailto:mplayer-users-bounces at mplayerhq.hu] On Behalf Of Reimar Döffinger
Sent: 21 November 2019 18:47
To: MPlayer usage questions, feature requests, bug reports
Subject: Re: [MPlayer-users] Help needed: Video scaling
On 21 November 2019 17:36:31 CET, Paul Strickland <paul_strickland at mail.com> wrote:
>Hi there, sorry, but I’ve another dumb newbie question.
>I’m playing a full hd (1920x1080) file through to a 1280x720 projector.
>MPlayer is not scaling the video down. What’s the easiest way of doing
>this. I’ve searched various forums but all the answers are very old and
>don’t seem to give me the right result. I’ve tried what I thought was
>the obvious answer, -fs but doesn’t seem to work.
How does it not work?
How many screens do you have configured and at which resolutions?
If multiple, you might need to specify which to go fullsceen on or it might try to cover both.
As always, full MPlayer output makes it much easier for people to help as well.
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