scarfa Wrote:Currently I'm using a scaling method that tries to fill the screen and preserve the image aspect ratio at the same time. So the amount of the image that gets cut off will depend on how closely the image conforms to the available screen space. I gather you are trying to use images that are way smaller in width?
Heres a modified file that centers the image but won't fill the screen: DOWNLOAD
Put that into the 720p directory and overwrite. In future releases I may add an option to either scale or center backgrounds.
Hi Scarfa, thanks for responding so quickly. Yes, I'm displaying digital photos with a 4:3 aspect ratio on a widescreen TV (16:9).
Your fix now displays the full image, but as you say it doesn't fill the screen - there are large black regions either side of the image.
I think I'll revert to the standard 3.06, but it's just that this version seems to scale / fill differently to version 2.0. In both versions, images are displayed to the full width of the screen; in version 2.0, the image is centred vertically, whereas in 3.06 it seems to be top-aligned.
Perhaps I can PM you some screenshots?