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#1 Doctor180185


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Posted 28 July 2009 - 01:21 PM

I recently had to reboot my computer due to a virus. Everything is fine now, but for some reason when I play back my video files (which were saved on an external hard drive) there is a strange black border at the top and bottom of the frame. This border does not vanish when I go into full screen or crop with a video editor. It's just there no matter what. Before the reboot these video files (mpegs) played full screen every time. Something has changed and I don't know what or how to get rid of this border.
Also - when I take a picture scan of a video file, the result comes out completely black.

I have a feeling I may be missing a codec or maybe a setting needs to be sorted or something??

How do I get rid of this border?


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