Today i figured out that my windows machine in the bedroom with a ATI/AMD Card messes up with the Overscan Settings. The Windows Desktop is set to 1080p 60HZ. XBMC is set to adjust the Refresh rate for the Video. If i start a video it gives me black borders around the image. If i press pause and go to the desktop via the windows key and then switch back to XBMC the Video is in Fullscreen. If i stop the video and start plaback again the black boarders appear again. Tried the overscan settings in the CCC but noticed that the slider cannot be moved. I can only check the box unter the slider but it makes no difference.
Ok, got it. I had to change the desktop refresh rate and then adjust the overscan settings for every refresh rate.
Video Oversac - AMD
Joined: Jan 2007
2012-03-05 22:24 Post: #1
(This post was last modified: 2012-03-05 22:38 by john.cord.)