4534 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Jun 7, 2009 9:22 AM by Crazy_Fish
I believe I have the same issue you have. I am running basically the same configuration on a Dell m6300. Seems that iTunes will not scale smaller vids for full screen playback on my 1080 monitor. It does not seem to be a driver issue or a vid card issue, as everything else works just fine using other media players. My guess is that this is an issue with Vista and iTunes 8.0.2. For now I am stuck with "fit to screen", or using VLC.
Same problem here, seems to have started with the update that added HD content (8.1?).
My setup is 22" Monitor (Main Screen) -> Projector (Extended Desktop). The full screen works fine if I have the movie window in my 22" monitor, but shows a blank screen if I try the same when the movie window is on the projector.
I have a GTX 260, the latest nVidia drivers, and Vista 64. Hopefully the apple folks will see this and offer some help!
I too am having the same problem. I just upgraded to the latest iTunes and rented a movie from iTunes store and it will only play at half screen. I have movies saved on my hard drive and converted for iTunes and they too play back at half screen. I get full screen on VLC and WMP but not iTunes. Assistance anyone
Would you all please elaborate on the term "half screen"?
If it's that the "right half" of the video is missing by placing the left half of the video on the right half of the screen, that would be my problem.
Here's a screenshot of it:
But if your problem is that a video won't fill the whole screen, all you gotta do is press:
(Or fiddle with ctrl1 ctrl2 ctrl3... ctrl4 seems to screw up my itunes though)
Hope this ctrl thing solves your problems, my problem still remains though.
Sounds like a problem I encountered several days ago. I don't know exactly whats wrong but following helped:
In the folder "%WIN%/Documents & Settings/Application Data/Apple Computer/iTunes
is a file called iTunesPrefs.xml -> make a copy for backup and modify it as following:
Look for a section called <key>User Preferences</key>
There you'll find a lot of <key>...</key> <data>...</data> pairs. Look for the key: Preferences:130 and delete it together with the data-section underneath.
Now start iTunes and any videos should be scaled to full-screen, at least that works for me.