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press F on the window to go fullscreen or you can drag the window it is playing on at the edges to make it larger, if that's what you mean...
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    press F on the window to go fullscreen or you can drag the window it is playing on at the edges to make it larger, if that's what you mean

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    well i tryed that but it dont "stretch" the image like i want. it only makes a whole lotta blackness around the picture. i need it to stretch the image itself

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    It's not supposed to create blackness around the picture. Although I know that there is some video output driver that does that, now that you mention it. Try this:
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    mplayer -vo sdl -zoom movie.avi

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    awesome works like a charm! thx again dolda2000

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