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There is a black beam above and below the video. Is there any idea, how i can cover it? And i would like to open the presentation with PDF Presenter Console instead of Okular. But with PDF Presenter the videos do not work.

\begin{frame}{\scshape Movment of particle}
   \begin{minipage}{100mm}
      This is a text, that explains the videos.
   \end{minipage}
   \hspace{7mm}
   \begin{minipage}{50mm}
      \movie[height = 4cm, width = 4cm, poster,loop, autostart]
      {}{move_video.wmv}
   \end{minipage}
   \begin{minipage}{50mm}
     \movie[height = 4cm, width = 4cm, poster,loop,autostart]
     {}{video2.wmv}
   \end{minipage}
\end{frame}

enter image description here Thanks a lot

  • Can you show a screenshot of this "black beam"? – user36296 Feb 27 '17 at 13:56
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Seems like your video has a different aspect ratio then the one you are giving it. Try to adjust the values height = 4cm and width = 4cm to match the real proportion of your video. Maybe something like height = 3cm and width = 4cm (just a guess)

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