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Vince++ 28th October 2004 10:20 AM

Save Parameters of a Movie in a file...
 
Hi, :D

Is there a way to save parameters of a Movie in a file, for example I have a video wich is automaticaly displayed in a bad format so it is distorded and I always have ton change video Format (Original--> 4:3).

So can I save in a file all the parameters that I have been decided ? If I burn this movie on a CD and I would like to see this film it's gonna be well displayed...

I hope you have been understood my question. :roll:

Thanks for your answers ! :wink:


(I use BSplayer Pro version 1.02 Build 812).

adicoto 28th October 2004 06:56 PM

The file is called bsplay.sav and can be found in the default installation folder.
In preferences->general cheking the option "remember movie settings" will be helpful for what you want.

Vince++ 29th October 2004 11:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
The file is called bsplay.sav and can be found in the default installation folder.
In preferences->general cheking the option "remember movie settings" will be helpful for what you want.

Thanks for your answer :wink:
The problem with this option is that the "progress" of the movie is saved too, so if I stop it at the Half of the film if I read it again it's beginning at the Half...
And the Other problem is that I can't save it on a CD with the movie...

Uncle Potato 31st October 2004 04:50 PM

(fake) Track/chapter mark
 
I have quite a number of clips that is only saved in an one hour avi/mpeg
Some are magic trick/ concerts/ exercise / training etc.

A feature of bsplayer let me add mark to the time of my likings, which virtually break the clips into chapters (like DVD), so I can press the >| and |< to go to next/previous stop would be great.

To go even a step further, one can have a little note to describe the virtual chapter (so I can open it like a playlist & click to where I want).
A tiny mark is shown on the time line for chapters.....


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