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I've recently started using VP and mostly like it, but I have one project that is driving me crazy. I have one sequence composed of 12 clips, and for 10 of them, the storyboard thumbnail is exactly the same (and it's a frame I'm not even using). I absolutely cannot figure out how to fix it. I've tried right-clicking on the sequence preview and choosing "use this frame for thumb frame," and I've quit the program several times and restarted it, I emptied unused files from the cache, and I believe I even emptied the entire cache and rebuilt it -- I checked "clear all cache files on exit" and then exited the program, so presumably that's what happened. Nothing works. Is there anything else I can try? I'm running 5.01 on a Mac, if that makes any difference. Thanks!
I am looking for a program that can crete thumbnails from all the pictures in a given folder then save them to another folder within the main folderlike But I would like to be able to do all images in a folder as a batch c:\mickpictures\Thumbnails I already Own some of your software so hope you will be able to point me at the right program thanks mick database dreams
Hey there Doing this for my Dad, who's been a PhotoPad user for some time now (I use ThumbsPlus; sorry . Per him, he's always been able to see detailed thumbnails in the Open dialogue (and related places), not just generic "graphics" icons. Now, though, generic's all the program will show him. I've looked for settings in PP to fix this (hint: the Options screen is way disappointing). I've gone and made sure that in Windows his preferences for the graphics directories are on Medium Icon, not Generic Icon. Basically, anything I can find that seems like it'd change the display of graphics icons from plain-vanilla ("this is a graphic") to detailed ("this is Aunt Leslie at the summer picnic"), I've tried. Nothing's worked. Anyone have any suggestions on what I can try to make this work again the way he says it always did? Thanks! Davey (son of John)