video overflowing

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video overflowing

Postby Razeruk » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:23 am

basically whenever i play a video of any resolution size it would overflow on the screen and parts of the edges would be cut off. any solutions for this, all the settings are set to normal.

pc specs

dell inspiron e1505
core duo- 1.8ghz
ati mobility radeon x1400
2 gigs of ram
wifi 54mbps

ps3ms version is 1.10.51
transcoding -
mencoder


also i have another question is there a way to stream it in best quality without stuttering, currently i'm using the setting "good quality- for hd wifi
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Re: video overflowing

Postby meskibob » Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:44 am

What's the PS3's zoom set to? (Can be accessed in the triangle playback menu)

For your other question... Yeah, it's called a wired network ;)
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Re: video overflowing

Postby Razeruk » Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:52 am

it's set to normal.

i thought as much for the 2nd question, got to find my other ethernet cable lol
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Re: video overflowing

Postby Topguy » Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:31 pm

Razeruk wrote:basically whenever i play a video of any resolution size it would overflow on the screen and parts of the edges would be cut off. any solutions for this, all the settings are set to normal.


That is usually a TV-setting regarding "overscan".
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Re: video overflowing

Postby Razeruk » Mon Apr 20, 2009 11:58 pm

I'm pretty sure my TV doesn't have overscan, but just to make sure or if you know something about my tv that I don't my tv model is a proview rx-32
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