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Old 03-30-2011, 02:11 AM   #31
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you need the additonal anti-container plugin to download images from imagefile hosts with downthemall. without this addition, downthemall is only able to grab images where the images from the thumbnail page are directly linked with their fullsize versions. hosts like imagevenue or imagebam embed those fullsize images in an html-container (therefore "anti-container"), while the url of the fullsize image (just the file) is not known by the thumbnail.

http://www.downthemall.net/latest/an...party-plugins/
Useful info, Hos (hard to make that sound polite, but...). I'll have to try installing that later, when I'm not sick as a dog. Lord knows ImageHost Grabber is useless on my laptop.
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Old 03-31-2011, 01:41 AM   #32
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Installed downthemall and the suggested plugin. Took a lot more tweaking than ImageHost Grabber, and it isn't quite as streamlined, but hey, it works on my laptop, and IHG doesn't. That's good enough for me.

EDIT: Unbelievable! Now the freaking program has disappeared from my Firefox, and when I reinstall it, it doesn't show up. I have NO idea what's wrong with Firefox these days. For one thing, it won't let me hit the Log In button for THIS site, which means that if I have to clear my cookies for any reason I won't be able to get back in (until I remember how I got it to work last time).

This whole Firefox business is starting to piss... me... off.
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Any suggestions for a converter for mov.to wmv? Is was using Erightsoft Super until I upgraded. On installing the new version 1st erases your exising version and then only installs if you're online. The computer for this is not online and I don't trust that anyway. Any ideas?
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EDIT: Unbelievable! Now the freaking program has disappeared from my Firefox, and when I reinstall it, it doesn't show up. I have NO idea what's wrong with Firefox these days. For one thing, it won't let me hit the Log In button for THIS site, which means that if I have to clear my cookies for any reason I won't be able to get back in (until I remember how I got it to work last time).

This whole Firefox business is starting to piss... me... off.
And NOW the program is back again! Not after a single restart, which would have just meant that I was an idiot. No, this happened after I'd closed the browser several times, about an hour later.

How many Rs in "AAAAARRRRRGGHHHHH... wait, it looks like five.

Can't wait until Firefox decides to behave full-time.
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I've been using MS Photo Editor (PhotoEd) for eons - I love its simplicity - but I will soon be migrating from XP to 64-bit Windows 7, where it won't work, and I'm trying to find a simple photo editor that will.

I don't need all of the bells and whistles, or fancy filters or weird effects - just simple resize, crop, and color balance.

Any thoughts?

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UPDATE: Now that I have installed Word 2003 and Outlook 2003, it works. Obviously, there are other Office files and/or registry entries it needs in order to function. Since Office 2003 came pre-installed on the XP machine, I never thought of it.

Now all I have to do is to get ImageGrab to work, or to find a substitute...

UPDATE: a. The files needed to run MS Photo Editor are the graphics filters included in the Office disk. In order to edit bitmaps you need an old copy of the bitmap filter and its registry entries. The bitmap filter is not included. Try an old Office disk, like XP or 1997.

b. After performing a clean install of Windows 7 (rather than using the HP Recovery disks), ImageGrab worked fine. In fact, my Logitech speakers, which also would not work, now work fine as well.

Words to the wise - do a clean install from a Windows 7 disk. It will fix a lot of problems.
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Please: does Mozilla FireFox 4 show placeholders for missing thumbnail images, or must we patch it ourselves like we needed to patch FF 3.x?

(I find this essential because of unreliable servers and variable internet speeds.)

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That version of Mediacoder's AVS Converter leaves a watermark and is exceedingly slow. Try this -Freemake Video Converter.

This is a free video converter that is really "free" (i.e. not a trial or basic version) It leaves no watermark or underscore.

It is simple, quick and will convert a video in almost any format to any other format. Here is the link to cnet's download center - where it receives a 4.5 (out of 5) editors rating.

http://download.cnet.com/Freemake-Vi...-75218346.html


Requires .NET framework ver4 (automatic and included with the install).

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I'm a big fan of Format Factory, when I'm converting "less popular" formats.

http://www.formatoz.com/
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That version of Mediacoder's AVS Converter leaves a watermark and is exceedingly slow.
Mediacoder is not the same thing as AVS Video Converter. I have used Mediacoder and it did not leave a watermark.

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I'm a big fan of Format Factory, when I'm converting "less popular" formats.

http://www.formatoz.com/
It's a frontend for ffmpeg and mencoder, just like Super and Mediacoder
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