#8 Percent-based cropping


It would be nice to have %-based cropping (like in divxg400 - crop, if
the movie is wider than a certain aspect ratio)


  • Anonymous - 2002-09-02

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    I seems like a good idea. I will check divxg400 to see how it exactly works
    and will try to add this option to ffdshow.

  • Hajdu Ferceg

    Hajdu Ferceg - 2002-09-04

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    Another useful feature would be the "compensate overscan" option
    (also from divxg400). It puts a black frame around the movie (for tv-out,
    where the edge of the picture is invisible due to overscan).

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    When it would be possible you to implement this Pan&Scan
    function in ffdshow like the one present in DIVXG400 filter:

    >> Cut sides to vertically fill at last [ ] % of the screen.
    >> Cut sides to hirizontally fill at last [ ] % of the screen.

    Which would do the job when watching widescreen movies on
    overlay redirected to 4:3 TV out. Now it's not possible to
    scan movie unless you activate TVout as a desktop and drag
    there the player, but this is real pain when you want to
    change anything.

    Moreover current ffdshow crop filter simply doesn't cut
    anything for me, it is zooming picture in the current frame
    (ratio) instead of cutting of edges.

  • Anonymous - 2005-10-06

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    Cropping filter now actually crops the image when set to
    whole image processing mode.


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