Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Experiencing problems with the RVF GUI tool and the MFC library (Visual C++?)
Re: Experiencing problems with the RVF GUI tool and the MFC library (Visual C++?)
From: Joseph Jones <joe_at_bumpycarrot.cjb.net>
Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 17:23:08 +0000
John Wunder wrote:
> Well, it was the runtimes. You can either have everyone download it
> seperatly or include them in the application...I didn't include them
> by accident and forgot to mention that you have to download them.
> So now, it should work without them. Unfortunatly this makes the file
> 3 times as big, but it's still pretty small so I don't see this as a
> huge deal. Plus it works. New version in the usual spot:
> It also has a couple new features:
> --it works
> --resizing is a little better
> --recognizes different kinds of audio encoding so most avi's should
> --you can use an external mp3 to mix with if you want. Somebody said
> they wanted that. So now it does.
> --new icon that I got from the webpage. I'll take it down if
> you want, but it looks preeeeeeetty.
> So basically it should work with 95 percent of avi files. Just remember
> to click resize if they're bigger.
> Also I'm eventually gonna put up a quick little webpage using my
> very limited html experience and even smaller daily transfer allotment.
> It'll be at: http://home.ripway.com/2004-2/66978/
> Gotta love free web hosting...
> OK that's all. I really hope it works now, it should be 100 times better
> than the one from a couple days ago. If it does work, someone please tell
> me, it makes me a lot less worried about only testing on 2 computers.
That works like a charm for me :)
So, how good is the resizing? Will it keep a vid's proportions right? As
in, if I put in a wide-screen video, will it put bars at the top and
bottom, or will it stretch the top and bottom upwards?
Great job man, and everyone else who contributed to the tools.
Received on 2004-02-22