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HDMI overscan
#1
Got retrorangepi v4.0 but have pretty serious overscan issues on my TV with HDMI. Messed with all the TV's settings and nothing fixes it. On Retropie for RaspberryPi3 I needed to edit the overscan to fix it which I could do with the config.txt in /boot/

Tried using h3disp to change resolution from 1280x720p to 1360x768 also bricked the OS.

I looked around and best I could see was editing the boot-retro.cmd manually and recompiling it. I attempted that twice but both times it bricked my OS as I don't know what I'm doing. What can I do to solve the overscan ?
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#2
There is no easy solution we have knowledge, only for AV 3.5mm, not HDMI
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#3
Try to get an [HDMI to VGA adapter], this remove overscan issue on RetrOrangePi, OpenELEC -and if you have Android installed on eMMC too.
I've tested this on 5 TV's and working awesome.
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(12-27-2017, 08:53 PM)juan Wrote: Try to get an [HDMI to VGA adapter], this remove overscan issue on RetrOrangePi, OpenELEC -and if you have Android installed on eMMC too.
I've tested this on 5 TV's and working awesome.

Does this require a VGA connector on the OrangePi ?

I have VGA on my TV but only HDMI on the OrangePi.
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#5
As stated, you need an HDMI to VGA adapter
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