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Geometry: for dual screen


Adjust the video display scale factor by the given value. The unit is in fractions of the (scaled) window video size.

For example, given a 1280x720 video shown in a 1280x720 window, --video-zoom=-0.1 would make the video by 128 pixels smaller in X direction, and 72 pixels in Y direction.

 --geometry=<[W[xH]][+-x+-y]>, --geometry=<x:y>
             Adjust the initial window position or size. W and H set the win‐
             dow size in pixels. x and y set the window position, measured in
             pixels from the top-left corner of the screen  to  the  top-left
             corner of the image being displayed. If a percentage sign (%) is
             given after the argument, it turns the value into  a  percentage
             of  the  screen size in that direction.  Positions are specified
             similar to the standard X11 --geometry option format,  in  which

             e.g.  +10-50  means "place 10 pixels from the left border and 50
             pixels from the lower border" and  "--20+-10"  means  "place  20
             pixels beyond the right and 10 pixels beyond the top border".
             If  an external window is specified using the --wid option, this
             option is ignored.
             The coordinates are relative to the screen given  with  --screen
             for the video output drivers that fully support --screen.
                Generally only supported by GUI VOs. Ignored for encoding.
                Note (X11)
                       This  option  does  not  work properly with all window
                50:40  Places the window at x=50, y=40.
                       Places the window in the middle of the screen.
                       Places the window at the bottom right  corner  of  the
                50%    Sets the window width to half the screen width. Window
                       height is set so that the window has the video  aspect
                       Forces  the window width and height to half the screen
                       width and height. Will show black borders  to  compen‐
                       sate  for  the  video aspect ration (with most VOs and
                       without --no-keepaspect).
                       Sets the window to half the screen widths,  and  posi‐
                       tions  it  10 pixels below/left of the top left corner
                       of the screen.
             See also --autofit and --autofit-larger for fitting  the  window
             into a given size without changing aspect ratio.


Set the initial window size to a maximum size specified by WxH, without changing the window's aspect ratio. The size is measured in pixels, or if a number is followed by a percentage sign (%), in percents of the screen size.

This option never changes the aspect ratio of the window. If the aspect ratio mismatches, the window's size is reduced until it fits into the specified size.

Window position is not taken into account, nor is it modified by this option (the window manager still may place the window dif‐ ferently depending on size). Use --geometry to change the window position. Its effects are applied after this option.

See --geometry for details how this is handled with multi-monitor setups.

Use --autofit-larger instead if you just want to limit the maximum size of the window, rather than always forcing a window size.

Use --geometry if you want to force both window width and height to a specific size.

NOTE: Generally only supported by GUI VOs. Ignored for encoding.


70% Make the window width 70% of the screen size, keeping aspect ratio.

1000 Set the window width to 1000 pixels, keeping aspect ratio.

70%:60% Make the window as large as possible, without being wider than 70% of the screen width, or higher than 60% of the screen height.

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