Raspberry Pi Overscan Not Working
I give the latest development XBian a try to, to check if it's the same as 1.0a4. 18th Jan, 2013, 01:05 AM Post: #9 rikardo1979 Management Posts: 3,284 Joined: Dec 2012 I then go to reboot, but for some reason it's running into a snag. Well done. I've also been testing Rasbmc with a different SD card on the same setup, and it has no problem disabling overscan. have a peek here
Also, there are options presented during the file name option, such as Append, etc.. Are you saying that XBian no longer makes changes to the config.txt file? I followed the 6 steps, but it didn't work. I never touch the screen size settings on xbmc.
Raspberry Pi Overscan Not Working
Same thing I think. Not much we can do. Easy Cloud Solutions Welcome to Tech Tips brought to you by Easy Cloud Solutions.
- How can I change the resolution using the GUI?
- As it happens I did have a look through the other TV settings for mentions of overscan, as I think the 42" model has additional options controlling SD/HD content.
- pilight - modular domotica solution 17th Jan, 2013, 09:57 AM Post: #3 obo Registered Posts: 13 Joined: Jan 2013 Reputation: 4 RE: disable_overscan=1 not working I had a bit of a
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- Posts: 45Joined: Sat Jul 21, 2012 9:23 pm by PS1981 » Wed Mar 20, 2013 8:50 pm I don't know but I'm wondering if this missing = sign may be causing
I see I thought you may have one of the screens with the resolution mentioned above as most of the 720p screens I worked on had that . Bigger negative numbers reduce the black borders (so -40 means less black border than -20). This scaling will degrade the image and make it look more blurry. Raspbian Resolution With this settings there was no problems with GUI nor the movie playback.
Is there something simple I'm missing, or could try? Raspberry Pi Black Border I suspect this is what most people refer to as overscan but at the same time I think a lot of people may use the term incorrectly. find mealto Member Posts: 57 Joined: Jan 2010 Reputation: 0 2012-01-05 10:14 Post: #11 ithaki Wrote:Actually this is not true, I have installed over 5 XBMCs on ATV2 and the first Could you clarify please.
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pilight - modular domotica solution 17th Jan, 2013, 03:52 PM Post: #5 rikardo1979 Management Posts: 3,284 Joined: Dec 2012 Reputation: 178 Re: disable_overscan=1 not working just out of con a bit I guess I need to learn a bit more about the boot file difference between the two distros. Raspberry Pi Overscan Not Working Its the only way to get a perfect fit...stretching out or zooming your pic from the TV end isnt an ideal fix. Hdmi Mode Raspberry Pi pilight - modular domotica solution 17th Jan, 2013, 11:52 PM Post: #8 obo Registered Posts: 13 Joined: Jan 2013 Reputation: 4 RE: disable_overscan=1 not working I do use the "Adjust display
AFAIK it has in the past. http://ariseoo.com/raspberry-pi/raspberry-pi-keyboard-and-mouse-not-working.html This is due to something called "Underscan", and it can be fixed easily. By default there are only a few hundred MB free in the 2 GB main partition, which can quickly fill up if you download files. Email Address Web Tech Gadgetry Web design tips, gadgets and programming tricks. Osmc Overscan
Apologies for all the stupid questions! My apple tv is normal, but xbmc is not. If not, simply turn it off and leave XBMC alone. Check This Out Just grabbed the Berryboot image from the main site, chose the os Retropie 3.6 from other category.
console and X gui). Raspberry Pi Display Settings Is there any reason for overscan now that the video signal is digital? Reverting back to the original XBian files, I tried forcing CEA resolutions in config.txt but the overscan was still bad.
The only time you need to change these settings on XBMC is if your TV does not have that option ("Just Scan").
It could also be a quirk with my TV (Panasonic TH-37PX80B), but it seems odd it's only XBian affected. 17th Jan, 2013, 10:14 AM Post: #4 CurlyMo Registered Posts: 3,501 Joined: What's the benefit in setting 1366x768? Andre Naree This worked for me using the GUI, Thank you so much. Raspberry Pi Overscan_scale I could be wrong, but I don't think the overscan settings in config.txt have any effect in Kodi - they only affect the splash screen and programs running at the console,
I never touch the screen size settings on xbmc. The GUI will be resized by TV once, but not by Pi. So, I deleted the last 4 lines, and the end of my config now looks like this— Additional overlays and parameters are documented /boot/overlays/README Enable audio (loads snd_bcm2835) dtparam=audio=on gpu_mem_256=128 gpu_mem_512=256 this contact form I create and sell HTML templates on Themeforest.
Kumstar Thanks Dude It Worked! I create and sell HTML templates on Themeforest. My suspicions are based on watching smaller resolution video and having the monitor drop into 720p mode (which the Bravia helpfully informs the user it is doing this by an OSD Gadgets Raspberry Pi Share: Author James Freelance web developer and designer.
Login Register — Login with Facebook XBian.org › Forum › Hardware › Video and Audio « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 [SOLVED]disable_overscan=1 not working Thank you for your donation You may need to reboot your Pi for the changes to take effect. Beezarre jamontes 2015-05-23 15:38:40 UTC #8 I have the same problem: after the last upgrade to RC3 on my RPi2 the new kernel (passed from 3.18.10-1 to 3.18.13-1) isn't taking into Actually this is not true, I have installed over 5 XBMCs on ATV2 and the first thing I always do is set the setting on the TV to "Just Scan" and
Posts: 45Joined: Sat Jul 21, 2012 9:23 pm by Paul_griff » Wed Mar 20, 2013 8:21 pm sorry i didn't copy all the text there, try again, # Config HDMI Boost# So i doubt there would be any difference in behavior in OE, Raspbmc and XBian. DBMandrake 2015-05-19 13:12:42 UTC #4 Overscan is usually independent of resolution - eg it's either on or off, so manually specifying a boot resolution probably won't do much to help. So, when it comes to those files, it mostly are issues caused by the Raspberry Pi foundation, so you need to file your issues there as well.
But if you set your TV to 16:9 and watch HD cable, you will see it cuts off sligthly on all sides.