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Irfanview will not play AVI in Double size? - Photography

Hi, without knowing what your videocard is or what version irfanview you are using it`s difficult to say - some video cards have overlay controls which might be set to expand the image slightly - are you losing the bottom and sides slightly as well ? If you think it is a bug with Irfanview try contacting the author - he should get back to you quite quickly ... Zol. "lbbs" <nonemfergetel.com> wrote in message news:1056481616.212610news.vaxxine.com... > I set double size under option, properties, video/sound. I have it set to > internal player. When I play an avi and right ...

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    Default Re: Irfanview will not play AVI in Double size?

    Hi, without knowing what your videocard is or what version irfanview you are
    using it`s difficult to say - some video cards have overlay controls which
    might be set to expand the image slightly - are you losing the bottom and
    sides slightly as well ? If you think it is a bug with Irfanview try
    contacting the author - he should get back to you quite quickly ... Zol.

    "lbbs" <nonemfergetel.com> wrote in message
    news:1056481616.212610news.vaxxine.com...
    > I set double size under option, properties, video/sound. I have it set
    to
    > internal player. When I play an avi and right mouse click on the picture
    > it goes double size, but it puts this annoying menu in the way (blocks
    part
    > of the picture). I can't get it to automatically start playing in
    double
    > size. Any ideas? I have no problem using double size with external
    > player, but I would like to use the internal player. thanks
    >
    >

    Zol. Guest

  2. #2

    Default Re: Irfanview will not play AVI in Double size?

    I have version 3.8 and have a ATI expert 128 video card (32MB). Dell p3
    667Hhz.
    And no, I am not loosing the bottom of the slide show.
    Thanks.

    "Zol." <Zol.End-Of-The-World.com> wrote in message
    news:6F1Ka.3$2j6.0news-binary.blueyonder.co.uk...
    > Hi, without knowing what your videocard is or what version irfanview you
    are
    > using it`s difficult to say - some video cards have overlay controls which
    > might be set to expand the image slightly - are you losing the bottom and
    > sides slightly as well ? If you think it is a bug with Irfanview try
    > contacting the author - he should get back to you quite quickly ... Zol.
    >
    > "lbbs" <nonemfergetel.com> wrote in message
    > news:1056481616.212610news.vaxxine.com...
    > > I set double size under option, properties, video/sound. I have it set
    > to
    > > internal player. When I play an avi and right mouse click on the
    picture
    > > it goes double size, but it puts this annoying menu in the way (blocks
    > part
    > > of the picture). I can't get it to automatically start playing in
    > double
    > > size. Any ideas? I have no problem using double size with
    external
    > > player, but I would like to use the internal player. thanks
    > >
    > >
    >
    >

    lbbs Guest

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