As in VLC Player to set the window size proportional to the size of the video?

Hello.
I want to make it so that when you increase the window size it increased in proportion to the size of the video to the sides was left with black space.
How to do that?
March 19th 20 at 08:53
2 answers
March 19th 20 at 08:55
In the settings of VLC, locate the checkbox "Adjust the interface size under the video size" - save the settings and restart VLC. I can't check now, but something like that.
Did.
This feature, when enabled, allows you to set the window size to the size of video when running video. If the function is off when you start the video it will fit into the last size of the window (which was before closing).
Here is a screenshot of that check that with (in the paragraph), when you resize the window, the black bars remain.
5c9b9fd337b9e545024729.png - Louvenia.Schimmel commented on March 19th 20 at 08:58
@Louvenia.Schimmel, lock the proportions of the window in VLC not. - Alejandrin_McLaughlin commented on March 19th 20 at 09:01
@Alejandrin_McLaughlinthat I can not believe that in the very popular and free player you cannot do that.
By the way, now checked in macOS to VLC window proportions are automatically "locked" on the size of the public video and black margins on the sides there do not work (probably).
Just noticed that there is no Ctrl+H to minimize to the bottom panel disappeared.
5c9bc52aa2444612522939.png - Louvenia.Schimmel commented on March 19th 20 at 09:04
@Louvenia.Schimmel, but you never know what you not believe? Well, that did not occur to the developers to make the settings the proportions of the Windows were applied to it dynamically, that is, when you manually change its size. - Alejandrin_McLaughlin commented on March 19th 20 at 09:07
March 19th 20 at 08:57
Settings > Show all > Interface > Main interfaces > MacOS > Fix the aspect ratio

If you do not have a Mac, choose your operating system under "Main interfaces"
Also under "Main interfaces" option "to Adjust the size of the interface to fit source video size" if it is off, the window of VLC will run in that size that you closed it last time. - eda_Morar commented on March 19th 20 at 09:00

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