Zoom Images in Diashow

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Zoom Images in Diashow

Post by HiddenX » Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:41 am

Hi there,

is there a possibility to zoom images (4:3) into the screen (16:9) running a diashow? Currently
There are settings in fullscreenmode (fit in window), but obviously not for the diashow- or did I miss something?

Thx in Advance
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Re: Zoom Images in Diashow

Post by xnview » Mon Sep 16, 2019 7:28 am

you have 'stretch small pictures'
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Re: Zoom Images in Diashow

Post by HiddenX » Fri Sep 27, 2019 8:52 am

Yes.

But this will only make the picture to fit from top to bottom of the screen. Left and right will be black (or whatever background-color is chosen).

What I mean is: My Screen is 16:9. The Pictures are 4:3. So if the slideshow is running there will be a black border at the left and the right.
So it would be great to have an option like "zoom in" that would crop a part of the upper and lower side of the picture but make it fit completely into the 16:9 screen.
Same and even more extreme with pictures taken in portrait-orientation. Displayed in Landscape there will be a huge black border at left and right. Even here I would appreciate the "zoom-in"-Option to display the centre of the picture and fill the entire screen.

I cannot believe that this option really doesn't exist- maybe did I overlook something?

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Re: Zoom Images in Diashow

Post by xnview » Fri Sep 27, 2019 10:48 am

oh ok, you means a 'fit to fill'
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Re: Zoom Images in Diashow

Post by HiddenX » Fri Sep 27, 2019 11:59 am

Yes. That also would describe this Option perfectly ;)

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