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#1  October 20, 2011 - 10:23pm
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 Is there a way to set the aspect ratio when playing a video?

  In XBMC, while playing a video a sub menu can pop up with a slew of setting selections including advanced audio and video settings.

 Bottom line is I have a plasma, and I want ALL my videos to play in 16:9 mode to cut off any black bars.

 Can Media player do this?

  October 21, 2011 - 11:24am
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Not yet, but a zoom feature is planned for a future version.

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  December 8, 2011 - 10:58am (Reply to #2)
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  james wrote:

Not yet, but a zoom feature is planned for a future version.

Zoom tool? I would prefer a stretch option so i will not lose any picture information!

  December 8, 2011 - 11:03am
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For most, zooming is preferred over stretching, but perhaps we can do both.

A comparison of each can be found below.

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  December 8, 2011 - 11:41am (Reply to #4)
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  james wrote:

For most, zooming is preferred over stretching, but perhaps we can do both.

A comparison of each can be found below.

I agree that sqeezing vertically a 4:3 frame looks awkward! But stretching vertically a 2:39:1 frame to eliminate black bars on the top and the bottom at my plasma tv is not that awkward.. I would like to watch mkv movies, many of which are in 2:39:1 format, fullscreen without loss in picture information!