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    Windows Media Player crops images unnecessarily on Windows 7

    I have created a new slideshow with pictures in my PC running on Windows 7. When I played it through Windows Media Player, I saw that the application crops the pictures on the four edges by 5%. How can I prevent this from happening?



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    expert Array
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    Re: Windows Media Player crops images unnecessarily on Windows 7

    Get into the Windows Media Player app and click the ‘View’ option. Once you get into the View menu, check whether ‘Fit video to player on resize’ or ‘Fit player to video’ options are already checked. If so, uncheck those options by clicking on it. In case this solution get failed, click the ‘Tools’ option in the app. Then, make a single click on ‘Options’ option. Press the ‘Player’ tab afterwards and locate the ‘allow screensaver during playback’ label. Clear off the checkbox next to this label with a single click.

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    swathi123 Array
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    Re: Windows Media Player crops images unnecessarily on Windows 7

    To solve this problem follow these steps

    • Go to the homescreen
    • Then tap on start button
    • Then type windows media in the search
    • Then select the option View
    • Then uncheck the check box next to the options Fit video to player on resize
    This will solve your problem.







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    kalyanipro Array
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    Re: Windows Media Player crops images unnecessarily on Windows 7

    Hi friend,

    The following is the procedure for solving the problem of Windows Media Player crops images unnecessarily on Windows 7.

    At first you have to go to the start up menu.

    Then in the box of search,the windows media is to be entered.

    Now press the view option.

    There the box which is present next to the 'fit video to player on resize' is to be unchecked.

    Thanks.

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