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Subject: Re: rock video
From: John Wunder (john.wunder02_at_stjohns.edu)
Date: 2004-04-11


On Sat, 10 Apr 2004 14:58:19 -0500, Glenn Ervin at Home
<GlennErvin_at_cableone.net> wrote:

> I like the rock video is so easy to use, but I keep getting the windows
> blue
> screen of death, and one of these days it sounds like I am going to get
> arrested!

Ew, that's no good. I'm not sure about the reason, but it may or may not
be the new filter. I'll attach the old one as a ZIP file. Make sure you
uninstall the old one first, delete it, then unzip and install the new one.
Copying it over won't work.

> But seriously, could the GPF be due to the file being over 500 MB in
> size?
> Also, I did not enter an output frame rate.

All the output framerate does is make the video appear a little better on
the screen. It's safe to leave it out, it just defaults to about 69. To
get a little better quality, you need to find out the refresh rate of your
Archos LCD and use that. To find that out, run the fps test plugin, which
(I think) is included in the daily builds.

Anyway, just try the attached filter or wait for a new one. If it isn't
the filter, then it's the GUI's fault.

OK, this is kinda related but kinda new...has the converter actually worked
for anyone? So far it's been downloaded about 100 times and I've only
gotten
2 responses...both of which said it didn't work. So has anyone downloaded
it
and had it work? Or not work? I need some feedback here.

John
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