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1 Actions

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1.1 Play next video automatically

Settings level: Basic
Description: When selected this enables automatic playback of the next file in the list.
See also: Playlists

1.2 Skip steps

Settings level: Standard
Description: Defines the amount of time each press of the Skip button will skip forward or backwards. A (-) will define backwards and no (-) will define forward. You can set multiple times so each press will skip more time in the video. So if, for example you use 10 sec, 30 sec, 60 sec when press the Skip button once it will skip 10 seconds foward, double pressing the Skip button will skip 30 seconds and triple pressing the Skip button will skip 60 seconds.
See also: Skip steps

1.3 Skip delay

Settings level: Standard
Description: Defines how much time it takes before the skip step occurs. The range is none (which will cause the skip step to happen immediately) & 250 - 3000ms (milliseconds).

2 Playback

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Adjust display refresh rate
Settings level: Standard
Defines when the refresh rate adjustments should take place. Activate to automatically set the refresh rate which is best matched with the video that is playing (default off). This potentially allows for perfectly smooth video reproduction, as video material can be recorded in a variety of frame rates (23.976fps, 24fps, 25fps, 29.97fps, 30 fps, etc.) which need to be properly matched by the refresh rate of the display, in order to be displayed smoothly.

Sync playback to display
Settings level: Standard
This setting enables syncing the video to the refresh rate of the monitor.

Minimise black bars
Settings level: Advanced
Allow video player to try to fit video to screen by ignoring aspect ratio by a certain amount.

Display 4:3 videos as
Settings level: Advanced
Determines the zoom level that 4:3 videos are shown on widescreen displays.

3 Processing

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Render method
Settings level: Advanced
Controls the method used by the player to process and display the video, (which is called rendering).

Enable HQ scalers for scaling above
Settings level: Advanced
Use high quality scalers when upscaling a video by at least this percentage. A value below 5% makes little sense as video is processed with high GPU load without any visible picture quality improvements

Additional platform specific settings
The following settings will show up for the Processing section for their respective platforms:

4 Stereoscopic 3D

Playback mode of stereoscopic videos
Settings level: Advanced
Select in which mode stereoscopic 3D videos will be played. [Ask me] Will show a dialogue to select the desired mode for each playback. [Preferred mode] Will use the preferred mode specified in the "system->Video hardware" section of the settings. [Monoscopic/2D] will play the video in mono/2D. [Ignore] Disables any stereoscopic 3D processing and handling

Disable stereoscopic mode when playback is stopped
Settings level: Advanced
While enabled, GUI and some TVs will switch back to 2D mode, beween videos in a playlist or when playback ended. While disabled, GUI and TV will stay in stereoscopic 3D mode. For video playlists with mixed stereoscopic 3D and 2D content, then the GUI will also stay in stereoscopic 3D mode even when a non-stereoscopic 2D video is playing.

5 Teletext

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Activate Teletext
Settings level: Expert
Enables Teletext when watching a live TV stream.

Scale Teletext to 4:3
Settings level: Expert
When selected, scales Teletext to 4:3 ratio.