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ATI All in Wonder Pro " Old model " JPG 320 X 240 in XP HELP

Discussion in 'ATI' started by Mark, Oct 22, 2004.

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    Mark Guest

    I was wondering if anyone out there could help in regards to a Capture
    card problem i am currently having
    First off i will state what the card is being used for
    I presently capture Video and Simply click the mouse to have these Pre
    Sized Images " 320 X 240" placed directly on my hard drive " I simply
    use it for stills and not AVI's"
    What has occured in the past week, Is my computer has been repaired
    with a new XP version installed, The first thing i did was downloaded
    the new Version of ATI Multimedia center 7.1 I Believe"
    Installed the stated XP Driver as well
    The problem i seem to be having is when i go into TV player set up
    and determine the location of these captured files " With a hopeful
    Idea of 320 X 240" it saves all of my files in a BMP Form and when
    viewed, They appear as widescreen HDTV Distorted pics.
    No Matter how many times i try to adjust the settings for my Liking,
    It just does the opposite, It saves in a larger Windows BMP 24 bit
    Mind you the settings are present for the 320 X 240 JPG, They just do
    not not take
    I have tried as much as my 10 hour straight frustration can bear,

    The computer is an AMD 1.2 with a 40G HD
    The capture card states 4MB, all in wonder pro

    Is there a Dedicated capture program that will let me simply capture
    an image from a DV Camera at a pre determined size without having to
    crop " With the hundreds of pictures, that alone can take me
    any info would be greatly appreciated
    Thank you in advance
    Mark, Oct 22, 2004
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    Gordon Scott Guest

    XP can resize pictures easily, singly or in groups. Right click pictures
    and choose resize
    Gordon Scott, Oct 24, 2004
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    Brad Houser Guest

    If the pictures are stretched, then XP resize will not work. You need the
    Powertoys to do multiple resizes.

    Brad Houser
    Brad Houser, Oct 25, 2004
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