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Testing AMT on different platforms

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HiHo Forum,

just released

Last week I've received the request to approve the release of AMT on the magazine CD of pcwelt.de :mellow:, now before I grant that request I want to be sure that AMT at least works somehow on the different possible platforms.

I was thinking about a combo of CPU / GPU + OS, e.g. I've already tested it successfully on

INTEL / ATI + Win7-64bit.

If you've got a different CPU / GPU or OS I would be glad if you could give it a try and report back :)...

Thanks in Advance and Best Regards

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Works perfectly on my XP 32 bit system. One thing that puzzles me is the reprocess function. It created the thumbnail jpeg perfectly, but the indicator looked like it was still working and the active button said "Cancel Processing..." I thought it was still working (it was finished) and I think this may confuse other users as well. Maybe you should re-work this to let the user know it is finished.

I want to say that this is such a nice program you have created. It is probably the most advanced example I have seen on this board. I feel bad that I haven't run across it until now. Very nice work!


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Works perfectly on my XP 32 bit system.

Thanks for testing. Could you tell me what CPU and what Graphic Card you've got installed?

One thing that puzzles me is the reprocess function. It created the thumbnail jpeg perfectly, but the indicator looked like it was still working and the active button said "Cancel Processing..." I thought it was still working (it was finished) and I think this may confuse other users as well. Maybe you should re-work this to let the user know it is finished.

That happens because by default the "Batch Timer" on the "Input" tab is set to "Restart after" one hour. I myself use this feature to auto-thumbnail downloaded movie files in my usenet / p2p download folder :), so as soon as a file is downloaded it will be thumbed in the next cycle (e.g. when processing over night). Together with AutoUnpack it makes a killer combo :mellow: ...

I want to say that this is such a nice program you have created. It is probably the most advanced example I have seen on this board. I feel bad that I haven't run across it until now. Very nice work!

Thanks a lot, also give SMF (in my sig) a try :)...

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I have an intel quad-core Q8300 with 4 GB of ram and an integrated video card - Intel GMA X4500 (256MB RAM). My rig is a Gateway Gateway SX2800-07. I didn't quite like Win7, so I put XP on it.

I will definitely check out your other apps. Very soon...


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