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    junkemailto
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    Hi,


    I am testing on the trial APowerMirror on OSX iMac.  It seems when ipad playing a video on OSX thru APowerMirror, the video screen can’t be fully stretch to full screen.  There are black area around the video itself.  I have tested other similar software but they don’t have such an issue.  I wonder if this is something can be fixed?

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    Ada Reed
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    Hi,

    Sorry for the late response. 

    Is the video captured by your iPad or are you watching it from some websites? Could you please send feedback long with log file from the desktop program? Please add a screenshot of the problem in the feedback. We will try to fix it as soon as possible. Thank you!

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    Since I no longer can use the trial version, I can’t take any screenshot.  But I was using nPlayer on ipad and mirror a movie to my iMac running the ApowerMirror.


    You can try APowerMirror with nPlayer on ipad.  You will see black area around the video when it is being mirror to the iMac. (So the video is not using all the screen)  Other software like Reflector 2 don’t have this issue.  You can try to test it out.  Thanks.

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    OK. Thank you for the information. We will test it and try to fix it as soon as possible.

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    Hi,


    I have downloaded and tested the nPlayer app. Could you please tell me the video you mirrored, which has the problem, is in “Local”, “Network”, “Browser”, “Playlists” or “Downloads”? We tested the video stored in “Local” folder which worked fine. If you were watching the video from network or browser, please tell us which website the video is in? Thank you!

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    #6

    Ok, I install the trial version again and do some more testing.


    Here is the finding.


    1.  When you run nPlayer app on IOS, you will see the screen is not fully filled in full screen like below.  Thick black screen around the screen.




    If you run another video app called Infuse 5 on IOS.  You can see the screen is fully filled.  But there is another problem with Infuse 5, the time bar doesn’t move as the movie is playing.   



    Basically, you see nPlayer screen on the same movie has significantly smaller screen real estate




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    Ok, I install the trial version again and do some more testing.


    Here is the finding.


    1.  When you run nPlayer app on IOS, you will see the screen is not fully filled in full screen like below.  Thick black screen around the screen.




    If you run another video app called Infuse 5 on IOS.  You can see the screen is fully filled.  But there is another problem with Infuse 5, the time bar doesn’t move as the movie is playing.   



    Basically, you see nPlayer screen on the same movie has significantly smaller screen real estate




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