Okay I'm comparing this to Media Player Classic. When you open a video file using Splash, you can only shrink the Splash window only so much as to never small enough to get it to play the video at it's native resolution.
If video file is 320 x 568, Splash cannot shrink itself small enough to play the movie at that res, so it plays it in a stretched out manner and it looks like crap.
With MPC if you open this video at that res, you can do Alt+1: Plays Video at 50%, Alt+2: Plays Video at 100% res and Alt+3 plays the video at 200% it's size.
I don't see how you can do this with Splash? The key function it responds to is if I do a Ctrl + 1? Am I missing something here?