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MPlayer OS X 2 no colours on TV

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Just downloaded a MPlayer OS X 2 to watch some avi movies on my powerbook G3 400mhz 8mb video and connected it to my TV through s-video.Everything is great but there are no colours in full screen mode on my telly.Is there a problem with player because I've tried quite a few of them and they were fine or my mac's too slow.Or theres a problem in my player settings?Anybody any suggestions,ideas???
P.S. Out of all players I've tried I seem like MPlayer, only one where you can change aspect ratio.That comes handy when you watch "thin strip" also called wide screen movies
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