anyone have encouter issues with off screen picture in KODI when powering up/down their AV receiver?
So far, I have an old receiver, without HDMI. Connections was like this:
(video) Vero4k → Samsung UE55J5502 Led TV via HDMI
(audio) Vero4k → old Kenwood KRF-V5070 receiver via optical Toslink.
Few days ago I bought a new one, and now its connected like this:
Vero4k → AV receiver Pioneer VSX-531 → Samsung UE55J5502 Led TV.
As the video+audio signal goes through receiver now by HDMI, I have enabled HDMI passtrough on receiver. So I can watch movies even if I dont want to have 5.1 surround, and TV’s built-in speakers will be enough.
According to user manual, the receiver does HDMI calibration (handshaking?) every time, when it is powered up/down. It looks like a few second screen blink, when you turn it on/off and it happens every time you turn the receiver on/off.
So when I want to watch a movie, I am usually doing this (probably anyone else does it this way):
- vero4k is always on, so I just change HDMI input on TV from set-top-box to according HDMI, where Vero4k (through new receiver) is connected
- Now I see Kodi’s GUI, I will power up receiver, screen blinks as I described above.
- After the picture returns back, its displayed off-screen - its bigger than my TV screen and portions its edges are cut off.
As I tried so far, its pointless to do any adjustment of overscan in Kodi’s display settings, it will not work. After next power up/down of the receiver, the picture is displayed bigger again. So there is need to adjust it every time.
Today, I will do some more tests, but if someone have any info about that, feel free to share