You should see the area beyond the pool sticks on the edges. Samsung LN46B550 and an ATI 5670 in YCbCr 4:4:4. There doesn't seem to be any way of changing it on a Windows 7 machine. Added registry edit information for XBOX Extenders MrWebsmith, Cheesegeezer, buddyweiser and 1 other like this Back to top Top Back to Emby for WMC Also tagged with one or more of have a peek at these guys
If the image is cut off right at the pool sticks, the image is being overscanned/zoomed.I don't have an extender so I am unable to tell you if this problem exists If it is a system with integrated Intel HD Graphics then the 1 pixel line on the right can be solved withhttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/974324.Black and white pixels unexpectedly appear on the right side Is this just me or does selecting TV adjust the output somewhat? It is pretty obvious that Microsoft thinks you should be seeing the overscanned image shown in the inset.
If you have no issues then do not change any of these settings. Try changing your refresh rate, it worked for me. Thursday, November 19, 2009 11:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, not everybody has access to overscan setting. It works perfectly in any other program except for Media Center.
This also has NOTHING to do with Media Center. AVS Forum | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews > Video Components > Home Theater Computers > How to Correct Hidden Overscan in Windows Media Center Forum Jump: User Control Panel Private The only problem with your theory is that the display didn't know that what it was seeing before was a zoomed/overscanned image. Yah, screen fit is the one you want. -Aaron, thanks for your assist, and no need unless you are interested in finding out.
If the display has been setup to overscan as well, the problem is even worse. I think they just have it backwards. Tuesday, May 26, 2009 9:31 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Was having exactly the same problem. After changing my refresh rate from 25 hertz interlaced, up to Windows Media Center 7 will overscan video if you set the display type to flat panel during setup.
Sooooooo happy about this. Thanks for letting us know. Why do we use PCA to speed up learning algorithms when we could just reduce the number of features? At least now, you’ll know what to look for to make sure your live and recorded TV isn’t being overscanned in 7MC.
Monday, April 13, 2009 9:28 PM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote I have a similar (related?) issue, where media center opens full screen and underscans the right edge More about the author Tried this yesterday and it worked!! Overscan issues can be: GUI elements, such as buttons, shown partially offscreen A blue border visible at the screen edges The correct settings, depend on your display. It's kind of anoying but not so much that I've been loosing sleep trying to fix it.Login or register to post comments 5 years ago by Aaron Ledger...
Tuesday, March 10, 2009 6:28 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This issue isn't hardware related per-se. This also has NOTHING to do with Media Center. WMC is On my Windows XP machine there is nView; on my previous Ubuntu box there was an overscan slider. It is definitely within WMC because the deskop aligns correctly with the TV.thank you[IMG]http://*******/AN0mnq[/IMG] blemsbouife is offline Quote Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links AVS Forum Advertisement Reply Home Theater Computers check my blog Tuesday, March 10, 2009 1:52 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote If your card is ATI you can adjust the underscan in the Catalyst Control Center (software that
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Selecting Television doesn't have any bearing on luminance that I have noticed. The Interlaced key was set to 1, so I set it to 0. Hope that helps and thanks to the previous posts for getting me to the right keys! If the above did not rectify the issue change:
thanks for the tip to fix it. Worked like a charm!!! Should I be configuring the extender to output to Telivision as well to get rid of overscan? (For both TV's I do have them mapped to 1:1 pixel mapping)Login news Added registry edit information swhitmore, Cheesegeezer, Tanamur and 1 other like this Back to top Top #2 CBers OFFLINE CBers Advanced Member Moderators 11384 posts Local time: 12:10 AM LocationKent,
Friday, September 10, 2010 8:34 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thats odd, I have a Panasonic Plasma (G15), no problems at all, haven't even suffered with the You must set the display type to television to stop Windows Media Center 7 from overscanning video (even if your television is actually a flat panel). Blk02 is offline Quote Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links AVS Forum Advertisement post #2 of 8 Old 12-08-2012, 07:34 PM Rantyre Newbie Join Date: Dec 2012 Posts: 2 This is funny.
Users should put their display device into 1:1 pixel matching mode instead of using the display software. Login or register to post comments 5 years ago by richard1980... Can the Midnight Tears poison be split into a handful of drinks to affect many targets? Thanks, thisworked perfectlyLogin or register to post comments 5 years ago by richard1980...
It seems that when all registry settings of MCE are alignedto the one from the machine display config, no adjustment is made by MCE on screen resolution upon starting. Only the bedroom machine shows the line on the right. Follow along the screen captures and you’ll see exactly how to do it. To push the UI elements back out to the corners after getting rid of overscan, you can modify the registry: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Media Center\Settings\MCE.PerUserSettings] "marginLeft"=dword:00000000 "marginTop"=dword:00000000 "marginRight"=dword:00000000 "marginBottom"=dword:00000000 "marginSaved"=dword:00000001 "useDefaultOverscanMargins"=dword:00000000 All this