Well unfortunately the new file processed thru mkvmerge remains stretched on my display
Using the header editor I see the parameters you mentioned.
Both the original and newly processed files show the same:
Video pixel width and video display width both show 1920 as 'original' and 'current' value.
Similarly, video pixel height and video display height both show 800 for original and current.
(Should I change the height to 1080? Or will that just stretch it?)
Curiously, video display unit is blank (unsigned). I'm assuming it should be '0' to set pixels as the unit. I'll see what that does if I set it.
Also, video aspect ratio type is blank (unsigned).
Originally Posted by wmcclain
I'm looking for some fields that "mkvinfo" shows: both "pixel width and pixel height" as well as "display width and display height". My theory is that the original file has only one set of those fields, whereas the copy that mkvmerge creates will have both.