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Riqiv
Sep 8, 2009, 02:08 PM
Hello all,

I believe I'm in the right area to post, but if not please forgive me.

I have an iMac intel dual processor desktop to a TV. Mini displayport from computer to VGA in back of TV, all that is good. (Adaptor necessary.)

I am watching a movie on Safari and would like to black out all but the streaming movie area. I know I can use Cmmd and "+" sign to make the movie area larger, but prefer not to, it becomes grainy.

Is there a program buyable, shareware, of already in Leopard that can achieve this?

Thank you!



tbayrgs
Sep 8, 2009, 07:20 PM
If your movie stream become grainy when you zoom in, it isn't of a high enough resolution to be watch on a full screen. There isn't a program available that will improve the quality of a video stream.

Riqiv
Sep 8, 2009, 11:42 PM
Thank you tbayrgs

I am actually not looking for a program to make a picture less grainy.

Some movies you can even watch full screen from computer to TV.

This is for those few sites when you watch a streaming movie on Safari and you'd like to black out the edges around the movie that are distracting, where there may be print or white edges.

That's a program that I'd be interested in . . . if their is such a beast?

Thank you,:)
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PS - I was just notified on Mac Forum that:
No, there is no app that will selectively black out particular areas of a browser window.
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Thank you all for your help just the same!