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  1. where do you change the size of ffplay preview window
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  2. Member Budman1's Avatar
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    Use -x width and -y height.
    https://ffmpeg.org/ffplay.html
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  3. Originally Posted by Budman1 View Post
    Use -x width and -y height.
    https://ffmpeg.org/ffplay.html
    so on this .bat file where do I add -x -y

    Code:
     @setlocal
    @set ffply= "E:USBDRIVE:\ffmpeg-3.4-win64-static\bin\ffplay.exe"
    @%ffply% -i "%1"  -vf "delogo=x=549:y=436:w=167:h=96:show=1" 
    @endlocal
    @pause
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    The following works on my computer. I removed the quotes from %1 since my version of Windows adds them automatically. Yours may or may not add if there are spaces.
    I also just threw in a delogo dimensions not necessarily correct but just to demonstrate on my video.

    Code:
    @setlocal
    @set ffply= "E:USBDRIVE:\ffmpeg-3.4-win64-static\bin\ffplay.exe"
    @%ffply% -i "%1"  -vf "delogo=x=549:y=436:w=167:h=96:show=1" 
    @endlocal
    @pause
    ORIGINAL:
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    Code:
    @setlocal
    @set ffply= "c:\users\bud\desktop\ffplay.exe"
    @%ffply% -x 720 -y 404 -i %1 -vf "delogo=x=480:y=380:w=167:h=96:show=1" 
    @endlocal
    @pause
    RESIZED:
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    [Attachment 43928 - Click to enlarge]
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  5. You can check also mpv player, it is player that has command line controls and regarding of that resize, it has a cool resizing possibilities, it is in pdf, personally I decided to use it instead of ffplayer in scripts. It also plays files almost gap-less without visible interruptions, that is cool also. Examples about resizing:
    --window-scale=0.5
    --autofit-larger=70%x60%
    --geometry=98%:90%
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  6. Originally Posted by Budman1 View Post
    The following works on my computer. I removed the quotes from %1 since my version of Windows adds them automatically. Yours may or may not add if there are spaces.
    I also just threw in a delogo dimensions not necessarily correct but just to demonstrate on my video.

    Code:
    @setlocal
    @set ffply= "E:USBDRIVE:\ffmpeg-3.4-win64-static\bin\ffplay.exe"
    @%ffply% -i "%1"  -vf "delogo=x=549:y=436:w=167:h=96:show=1" 
    @endlocal
    @pause
    ORIGINAL:
    Image
    [Attachment 43929 - Click to enlarge]


    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Code:
    @setlocal
    @set ffply= "c:\users\bud\desktop\ffplay.exe"
    @%ffply% -x 720 -y 404 -i %1 -vf "delogo=x=480:y=380:w=167:h=96:show=1" 
    @endlocal
    @pause
    RESIZED:
    Image
    [Attachment 43928 - Click to enlarge]


    oh I added the x and y in wrong place then as I put it after the %1 instead of before the -i thanks



    Originally Posted by _Al_ View Post
    You can check also mpv player, it is player that has command line controls and regarding of that resize, it has a cool resizing possibilities, it is in pdf, personally I decided to use it instead of ffplayer in scripts. It also plays files almost gap-less without visible interruptions, that is cool also. Examples about resizing:
    --window-scale=0.5
    --autofit-larger=70%x60%
    --geometry=98%:90%

    ok will try that too
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