No difference between this version and previous????

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No difference between this version and previous????

Post by reptilexcq » Thu Jan 15, 2009 6:29 am

So what exactly are the improvements??

All i want is the developer to enhance the video thumbnails. Make it so that it expand and fit the size no matter what video format they are. Obviously, you guys are not listening.

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Re: No difference between this version and previous????

Post by xnview » Thu Jan 15, 2009 7:24 am

You would like that video thumbnail fit which size???
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Re: No difference between this version and previous????

Post by reptilexcq » Fri Jan 16, 2009 2:43 am

xnview wrote:You would like that video thumbnail fit which size???
Yes, can you make it so that the video thumbnails stretch to the size. Not all of them do...i notice some do and some don't. If you make the video thumbnails LARGE like 500x500, you ended up seeing a pic of video in the center with a dimension of something much smaller like 300x300 and not stretching. IrfanView program allows video thumbnails to stretch to fit the dimension...but they're too slow generating thumbnails. If you download IrfanView and see it, you will see what i am talking about.

I just found out that if the video original size is 320x240 then the thumbnails will not stretch to the dimension bigger than it. For example, if i want my video thumbnails to be 500x500, and one of my videos original size is 320x240, it will not stretch to 500x500. So my question is...can you program so that it stretch to whatever size you pick as thumbnails?

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Re: No difference between this version and previous????

Post by xnview » Fri Jan 16, 2009 7:46 am

reptilexcq wrote:So my question is...can you program so that it stretch to whatever size you pick as thumbnails?
Yes, the thumbnail can fit the size
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Re: No difference between this version and previous????

Post by reptilexcq » Sat Jan 17, 2009 1:56 am

xnview wrote:
reptilexcq wrote:So my question is...can you program so that it stretch to whatever size you pick as thumbnails?
Yes, the thumbnail can fit the size
No. The video thumb should stretch to fit the entire thumbnail dimension like this:

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Re: No difference between this version and previous????

Post by xnview » Sat Jan 17, 2009 3:06 pm

reptilexcq wrote:
xnview wrote:
reptilexcq wrote:So my question is...can you program so that it stretch to whatever size you pick as thumbnails?
Yes, the thumbnail can fit the size
No. The video thumb should stretch to fit the entire thumbnail dimension like this:

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Other items are video too?
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Re: No difference between this version and previous????

Post by reptilexcq » Sat Jan 17, 2009 7:44 pm

xnview wrote:
reptilexcq wrote:
xnview wrote: Yes, the thumbnail can fit the size
No. The video thumb should stretch to fit the entire thumbnail dimension like this:

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Other items are video too?
Yes all are videos.

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Re: No difference between this version and previous????

Post by xnview » Sun Jan 18, 2009 3:56 pm

reptilexcq wrote: Yes all are videos.
What's the difference between avi that are strechted and not?
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Re: No difference between this version and previous????

Post by reptilexcq » Mon Jan 19, 2009 4:41 am

xnview wrote:
reptilexcq wrote: Yes all are videos.
What's the difference between avi that are strechted and not?
What do you mean? It's not just avi, every other format does the same. Stretching give you bigger size so you can see it better and it align with other videos in an organize way. For the picture that i posted here, even if i make the thumbnails as big as 900x900, it stills going to remain the same size. It won't change to 900x900...that is the problem with your program.

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Post by reptilexcq » Tue Jan 27, 2009 4:15 am

So i guess you fixed the problem in Beta 3. Thanks a lot man!!

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