Hi,

serge pecher schrieb:

> I am making some test with vdr-xine 0.8.2, libxine en xine-ui from 
> Reinhard’s site (kubuntu 7.10)
> 
> It is on a laptop without dvb device.
> 
> For the moment I just try to replay recordings from an other vdr box, 
> and dvd with dvdswitch.
> 
> I use a Sony bravia 32” TV screen connected at the vga output of the laptop.
> 
> The resolution configured in xorg.conf is 1280x720.
> 
> I achieve to have the “no-signal” in full screen.
> 
> When I replay recordings, most of them are with wide black bands left & 
> right and for some of them also small bands up&down.
> 
> Some recordings (most movies) have wide bands on the four sides.
> 
> The most dvd’s also have wide bands L&R. One of them plays in full 
> screen but the image is stretched.
> 
> I was playing around with some settings of the plugin, but don’t see how 
> to get a good result.
> 
> In the past I made some test, I believed, with vdr-xine (or maybe 
> xineliboutput ?), and I can remember something in the settings that 
> achieved auto-scaling. I had at that time almost everything in full 
> screen, but sometimes also with wrong stretching.
> 
> I tried to start xine, just by typing xine in a terminal box and choosinf 
> “vdr” and I also tried xine -V xv --post vdr_video --post vdr_audio --post 
> upmix_mono "vdr:/tmp/vdr-xine/stream#demux:mpeg_pes", but can’t really see a 
> difference.
> 
> As I understand, I have different sources, with different resolutions. Is 
> there a manner to tell vdr-xine or xine to adapt the output as good as 
> possible to my tv screen ?

Please give the test-*.mpg files a try:

        http://home.vrweb.de/~rnissl/radio/

Add the option -l to xine's commandline to have it play the file 
endlessly.

Bye.
-- 
Dipl.-Inform. (FH) Reinhard Nissl
mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

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