[mythtv-users] UPnP, DLNA and Aspect Ratio
nick.rout at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 08:17:31 UTC 2011
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 12:03 AM, David Watkins <watkinshome at gmail.com> wrote:
> Having recently succeeded in recording some HD DVB-T2 material into
> MythTV, I've treated myself to my first HD Television: an LG32LE4900.
> Lots of new features to play with, one of which is DLNA.
> The TV finds my MythTV box, and serves up and plays Myth's TV
> recordings quite well, but it plays them back in 4:3 format, with
> black bars down the sides. The TV offers two screen sizes during
> playback: "Full" and "Original", but both give the same 4:3 aspect
> Now as far as I can tell this is something the TV should sort out
> rather than MythTV (I'm going to try and play the same files via the
> USB interface), but I thought I'd ask....
> Is there anything within MythTV UPnP, that can be tweaked, that would
> affect the aspect ratio with which the DLNA client plays the video?
> I've browsed through the MythTV UPnP wiki pages but can't see anything
> that looks particularly relevant.
> When playing the same files via the Myth frontend they play in 16:9 format.
same on my LG 55LW6500, but I prefer a real frontend anyway.
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