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Zero_Kool

ANSWERED Plz Help! MB Classic Frame Size OFF

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Zero_Kool

Enviroment:

 

Windows 7 box = running MB3

 

Xbox 360 = Windows Media Center + MB3 Classic Plugin.

 

Issue:

 

Size is off when viewing content. Not sure how to resize? Currently can Full Size the frame but it cuts off the edges. Not sure where adjustments are at?

 

MB3 Classic Configuration or is it in the MB3 Server configuration?

 

Many advance "thank you's" for replies.

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Logos302

you might be talking about overscan, but I'm not sure, a picture would be helpful in show us the problem.  

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techywarrior

There are two different things depending. There is the overscan/underscan of WMC if everything is "framed wrong" or if it's just the video player in MBC then you can play with the under/over scan settings in the MBC settings (video player section).

 

Also, you are asking about MBC but posted this in the MBT forum so I am moving it.

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Zero_Kool

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Here the screen is off on the top

 

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Here are the options to resize when you play

 

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When selected to vertical stretch to prevent a larger blue border

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Zero_Kool

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I have a blue border how can this be fixed?

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Zero_Kool

I tried those but not sure I am applying the fix correctly

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techywarrior

The picture is really small but it looks like the WMC settings need to be adjusted. Look at the KB article and go down to the part that says "underscan"

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Zero_Kool

Thanks but do you have to save the configure changes and restart for them to take effect?

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techywarrior

well, you certainly would have to save them. Not sure if a restart is required. (I don't believe so) You should certainly try though.

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