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bigbilly

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i was watching a movie on the pc and i was wandering if was possible to hide the black bars that are on the screen
and make the picture larger thanks for any help.
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zorba the geek

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Hi bigbilly!
While watching the movie,right click the screen.A menu should appear,find the "Pan&Scan" option and select fullscreen or the the option suiting your needs!
Cheers
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hi zorba i have tried that but it doesnt always work but thanks anyway

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hi zorba i watch movies on the veoh player and that option is not available
thanks very much for your reply :)
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Try moving your mouse cursor out of range away from to the edges of the screen and let it sit there for a sec. The bars should move away and go down. If not than it's an issue with the movie software your using. You should be using windows media player for any type of video. But if your watching dvds you should use POWER DVD which is the world's best dvd viewing software.

You can try Power Dvd here:

http://www.download.....html?tag=lst-3
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