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Is there a way I can zoom in on wide screen videos so that the black bars are removed. I dont really care about the sides being cropped because it isnt that much anyways. My monitor is 16:10 and most widescreen videos I watch are 16:9 so I'm not missing much on the sides anyways. I currently use WMP to play most of my videos and if I can use some kinda plugin/program to zoom videos that would be cool, some kinda method/setting or a stand alone player is fine too. Thanks guys~
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http://www.dirfile.com/freeware/zoom.htm

I suggest you try that program, I personally have not used it, but one of my friends uses it all the time. I wish you luck and sorry I could not be of more help.
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Originally Posted by SilentStryke View Post
http://www.dirfile.com/freeware/zoom.htm

I suggest you try that program, I personally have not used it, but one of my friends uses it all the time. I wish you luck and sorry I could not be of more help.
No worries, I found something that works fine. Bsplayer has a feature "panning/scanning" and its exactly what I was looking for. Thanks anyways
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Yeah you can do it, but you ruin what a director takes time to set up. Don't even try to watch The Good the Bad and the Ugly pan and scanned.
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