UnforGiven

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970
  1. Not that it matters to me but, Lomography is the commercial trademark of Lomographische AG from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lomography I'll use it, thanks.
  2. I would think you could make a panoramic pic by staring with a wide canvas and importing each pic as a new layer, and placing them in the correct position. http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_secti ... Master.asp Olympus has free software with this function.
  3. Just a theory. I just bought an Olympus sp-550 and I really don't know anything about the models you have. In the camera menu under image quality, any resolution setting you choose can be set for normal or high quality. Take a pic at normal and the same pic at high quality and check it at the pixel level, sounds like it's worth a try.
  4. That worked, I don't know why it didn't every other time I tried that but I don't really care at this point, thanks.
  5. My crash log attached, any clues? pdncrash.zip
  6. Crash log sent to Pyro and PDN. I cant put it here as an attachment, .log, .txt, and .pdf not allowed.
  7. This plugin makes my PDN crash when I click browse (from source). Downloaded it twice, am I the only one with a prob?
  8. I always delete the default "my pictures" folder for reasons not worth explaining here and use folders that I create. Now when I open PDN and go to file>open>my documents, the default my pictures folder with the default sample pics is there. Without closing PDN, I go to my documents and delete this folder again, and then in PDN repeat file>open>my documents, and the folder is there again. This leads me to believe PDN is creating this folder if it doesn't exist. This started happening with the last PDN update. I also recently updated the .Net Framework 3.5 with the SP1. Is PDN doing this and how can I disable it? Using win xp sp3 net framework 3.5 sp1
  9. I didn't make the pics, but I use PDN to make all the frames. I save all frames in PNG format and then use Irfanview 4.10 batch tool to convert to GIF format. This makes for much better resolution than saving the original frames in GIF. Then I use Unfreeze to animate.