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> Sometimes I use 2 screens. I use nvidia driver and TwinView in xorg.conf.
> I run mplayer with option "-monitoraspect 8:3", else the image is stretched
> to twice the proper width.
> I get the streching problem using mplayerplug-in, but I couldn't see any way
> to pass the
> "-monitoraspect 8:3" parameters to mplayer to prevent it.
> So I patched plugin-threads.cpp to call "mplayer -monitoraspect 4:3" or
> "mplayer -monitoraspect 8:3" depending on whether I'm using 1 or 2 screens.
> (During boot I select 1 or 2 screens, and the appropriate xorg.conf,
> and save the number of screens in a file /tmp/numberofscreens).
> Or is there already a way I didn't find to stop mplayer from stretching the
> If not, I'm happy to post my fairly trivial patch.
> PS I'm running Slackware 11.0, 2.6.18 kernel, mplayerplug-in-3.31, Firefox
> 2.0, MPlayer-1.0rc1
Have you tried adding
to the ~/.mplayer/config file when you need it. Try that without the
patch and see if that solves your problem.
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