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Try this. >member("vid").center = false >member("vid").crop = true >sprite(x).rect = rect(locH, locV, 800, 600) This all happens on 800X600 full-screen and the damn thing scales itself down to like 97% or something.I don't mind but thne the frame rate gets all y for some reason. What the f***? What do I do?...

  1. #1

    Default MPG scales down slightly

    Try this.
    >member("vid").center = false
    >member("vid").crop = true
    >sprite(x).rect = rect(locH, locV, 800, 600)
    This all happens on 800X600 full-screen and the damn thing scales itself down to like 97%
    or something.I don't mind but thne the frame rate gets all y for some reason.

    What the f***? What do I do?


    Slanky_ webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

  2. #2

    Default Re: MPG scales down slightly

    On 22 Nov 2003, "Slanky_" [email]webforumsusermacromedia.com[/email] wrote:
    > Try this.
    >
    >>member("vid").center = false
    >>member("vid").crop = true
    >>sprite(x).rect = rect(locH, locV, 800, 600)
    >
    > This all happens on 800X600 full-screen and the damn thing scales
    > itself down to like 97% or something.I don't mind but thne the frame
    > rate gets all y for some reason.
    It sounds as if you may be using the QuickTime Xtra to insert the MPEGs on
    Windows. For some reason, Apple assumes nobody knows what they're doing and
    QT insists that all MPEGs need to have their pixel resolutions converted,
    regardless of how they were encoded (square pixel or not). You can see this
    just by playing the MPEG in QuickTime Player, too. (I haven't checked for
    this in QT6, so it may have changed).

    To avoid this, you can use the MPEG Advance Xtra. This Xtra utilizes
    DirectShow which makes no such assumption and plays back the video as is.

    Of course, this is all based on the assumptions that you're seeing this on
    Windows and via the QT Xtra.


    --
    Mark A. Boyd
    Keep-On-Learnin' :)
    Mark A. Boyd Guest

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