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    For one of my 24" monitor 1920X1200, I always play my 1280X720 movie @ 1600X900 (+125%). SMPlayer and VLC can be configured to always play @ 125%, however both players are terrible (in seeking) when playing **quality .TS (soccer matches).

    MPC-HC and MPC-BE can play those .TS video perfectly (no seeking issue), however video/Frame/Zoom size options in MPC-HC/MPC-BE are 50%/100%/200%. I can manually drag to enlarge the video/Frame/Zoom size to about +125%, but every time I drop a new video (1280X720) to the player that's playing in +125%, it automatically returns to 1280X720.

    **video h264/TS resolution 1280*720 fps:59.995 bitrate 4000 kbps scan Progressive audio AC-3 384 Kbps 2 channels size 3.5 GB

    MPC-HC/MPC-BE

    1) playing video 1280X720
    2) manually change/drag/enlarge video to 1600X900 (+125%)
    3) while video is still playing, drop a new video (1280X720) to the player
    4) player now automatically returns to 1280X720

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    did you try putting a check mark in the remember last size? view/options.
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    Hi aedipuss, I did...and not working, as soon as I drop a new video, it's 1280X720 again!
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    For MPC-HC/MPC-BE :
    Use the number 9 key on your keyboard (the one on the Numpad) to increase zoom. The number 1 key will do the opposite.

    Alternatively, you can remux your ts files to mkv with MKVMergeGUI and set "Display width/height" to 1600x900.
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    i just tried it with the latest portable 64bit mpc-hc version and it remembers last size.
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    Originally Posted by aedipuss View Post
    i just tried it with the latest portable 64bit mpc-hc version and it remembers last size.
    Yes, it does when you just open the MPC-HC without video...but as soon as you drop a video in it, it returns to the video's default size, which in my case 1280X720!

    MPC-HC Portable x64 1.6.5.6366 (744df1c)
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    gotcha. why not enable the option to start all videos in fullscreen and then not worry about it.
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