Feature request

Discussion in 'CloneDVD' started by logicbomb, Sep 1, 2007.

  1. logicbomb

    logicbomb New Member

    It would be great if the choice of popcorn munching sheep, video bitrate and frame size animations could be made sticky. I like to see the video bitrate display while CloneDVD2 is processing a DVD and would prefer not having to select it every time.

    Another thing that would be nice would be if there were a selection of animations included to view while CloneDVD2 is burning a DVD.

    Now, with those requests made I will say I consider the Slysoft products that I own to be the finest software purchases that I have ever made and I recommend them to everyone I know.

    Last edited: Sep 1, 2007
  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    It already is... at least I thought so...??

    You already can select any gif animation you like.

    Thank you!
  3. logicbomb

    logicbomb New Member

    1. It isn't sticky on any of the machines I or my friends have. It always switches back to the sheep from the video bitrate display if I backup another disc or when the program is started. All run XP Home.

    2. I was thinking of a few Slysoft supplied gifs with various themes just for something different. Everything I've tried doesn't fit the window very well. Maybe some of the other forum members could post some of their favorites.

    3. You're VERY welcome!
  4. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Just tried... it is, if you *don't* write directly, but output files only (my recommended method, so you can check the quality of the created files and write them, if you are pleased).
    Looks like a bug to me. I assume it will be fixed.
  5. logicbomb

    logicbomb New Member

    OK, I almost always write directly so it is very noticable for me. It's good to know someone will look into it.

    What are the proper dimensions for an animation to fit the window?
    Last edited: Sep 1, 2007
  6. mike20021969

    mike20021969 Well-Known Member

    i always get that sheep too by default when selecting dvd writer as the ouput.
    this is probably something for elaborate bytes to sort out.
    it aint a major problem to just click the sheep though but you think the program would remember the last setting whatever output method you choose.