OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi Part 2
There's another way to avoid the calibration problem.
1. Edit guisettings to delete everything from <resolutions> to </resolutions>, inclusive
2. Insert <resolutions /> in the place of the (many) lines you just deleted.
3. save
4. login to the pi over ssh
5. type 'poweroff'
6. insert your SD card into your computer, to edit the the overscan settings in the config.txt file. Mine are edited as follows:
Code:
# Make display smaller to stop text spilling off the screen
# see also http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=67&t=15700
overscan_scale=1
disable_overscan=1

# Adapt overscan values to your needs
overscan_left=40
overscan_right=40
overscan_top=24
overscan_bottom=24
The actual values you need will depend on your own system, of course, but you will likely have a pretty good idea from having recalibrated 100 times.
7. boot up
8. as long as you don't use the calibration feature, the 'resolutions' settings will stay empty


Messages In This Thread
AW: RE: - by DieterLumpen - 2013-07-29, 20:50
include guires switch? - by hpbaxxter - 2013-08-01, 21:46
RE: dual audio?? - by pootler - 2013-08-03, 17:13
Help, watch 3D Film on Non 3D TV - by unix72 - 2013-08-09, 12:39
Remote Controllers - by tfft - 2013-08-14, 09:11
rbej repeatable crash - by RichG - 2013-08-19, 12:43
New Tester - by theneverstill - 2013-10-03, 17:16
RE: OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi Part 2 - by allan87 - 2013-12-05, 17:14