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  1. Sithus

    Comparing Two Graphic Cards

    Alright good deal! I really do appreciate the assistance guys! GTX 460 it is! Also on a side note, glad to see Ghoztcraft is still running strong! It's been quite some time since I've last visited but I knew you guys would be the help I was looking for! I don't want to get sentimental, but I hope all is well with you XGhozt and Cripp!
  2. SOLVED Long story short... I built a new desktop computer for myself with one of my friends about a year ago and I just decided it's time for an upgrade. I need help deciding which graphics card is better overall and why (if possible). Here are the two cards I'm comparing... 1.) EVGA GeForce GTX 460 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130567 2.) EVGA GeForce GTX 550 Ti http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130625 When it comes to hardware, I'm at a loss most of the time. I've picked up bits and pieces along the way but I'd rather have sage advice. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  3. Video Thumbnails Maker Version: Author: Scorp Category: Programs Screenshot: Description: Create custom thumbnail sheets for single or multiple videos at once. Microsoft .NET Framwork 2.0 is required. You can download the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 redistributable package (x86) here or here (23 Mb). Video Thumbnails Maker allows you to make thumbnails (caps, previews, screen-lists) and screenshots of video files. The utility can be used for home-video cataloging and for network video sharing support. Video Thumbnails Maker comes with its own Viewer! The main advantage of the Viewer is the ability to start the related video-file right from the Viewer! The process is automatic in activated version. In usual version you can set the link between the picture and the video-file manually within the Viewer. Screenshots Of The Program: Work in progress, watch (32 kb) Options window (F2), watch (40 kb) Environment window (F3), watch (50 kb) Fragments of the "Choose shots manually" interfaces, watch (63 kb) The Results: Base-preset N1 result, watch (155 kb) Base-preset N2 result, watch (200 kb) Base-preset N3 result, watch (240 kb) Base-preset N4 result, watch (225 kb) Base-preset N5 result, watch (230 kb) Base-preset N5 result, watch (195 kb) Base-preset N1 result, watch (195 kb) Also you can create such original pictures, watch (43 kb) The Main Features Of The Program: Supports of the batch processing of videofiles. Supports of practically any videos-formats (even MOV, QT, FLV, SWF, RM if you have appropriate codecs). If the file can be normally played in your video-player (Windows Media Player or BSPlayer), it can be processed by the program. Several ways to choose shots manually (including crop ability), learn more. You can pause/continue or stop active job at any moment. Visual preview of your settings right in the Options window! Momentary rendering. Never before the creation of thumbnails was so simple! Maximum freedom for your creativity. Possibility to save each shot in separate file. Command line interface support, learn more. Own Viewer allows to start the related video-file right from the picture-Viewer! The process is automatic in activated version, learn more. In usual version you can set the link between the picture and the video-file manually within the Viewer. Import and export options presets. Options preset file format (*.vtm). After you run the preset, the program is automatically opened with the imported tuning. Very useful. 5 interface languages (English, Belarusian, Russian, Ukranian, German). 5 customizable "base"-presets. Statistics of the progress of the program (F1 window). If you support the project, you can receive an email stating the amount you have donated, and a special activation key for the program. The key allows you to personalize the program, and depending on the amount you donated you will receive special status (silver, gold, platinum), learn more. Watermarks (alpha-channels and transparency are supported). Make your own style. Ability to use your images as background images for preview. Autoadjustment of height of a shot option. Global stroke and stroke tiles options. Fit screen option (autoadjustment of the shots to fit your screen resolution). Special effects (drop shadow, gray scale, cut edges). Customizable fonts, colors, contours, shadows, frames, background, text. Stamp time in shots option (5 different locations, transparency, contour). Video information stamp option (4 different locations and customizable configurations). "Audio/Video info" option. "Custom comment" option. Three rendering engines (Engine 2 is recommended to be used under 64-bit OS). "Try to substitute black frames" option. The program's small size. Hot keys. Suu-Design Home Site Suu-Design Forums Download The File Submitted by Sithus, on May 14 2009, 04:42 PM
  4. sup dood, hows my profile lookin?

  5. Sithus

    sniper versus tank

    And I thought this only happened in World At War...
  6. Sithus

    The Nintendo DSi released to US.

    All they're missing is the phone.
  7. Sithus

    Horny Horse

    Wow that's fucking hilarious.
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    Welcome to The Dark Carnival! :P
  9. Sithus

    Obama Posters?

    Wow that's actually really cool. Nice vid!
  10. Sithus

    Starcraft Resolution Problem

    You are correct! Thanks man! FN+F7 did the trick. Just an FYI for anyone who may run into this problem in the future.
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    Starcraft Resolution Problem

    A few weeks back I was able to play Starcraft on my laptop in fullscreen. But now I when I run Starcraft it appears to be at a very small resolution in the center of the screen with thick black margins. I don't know why this has happened or what I may have done to cause this. Any help would be appreciated. A few pieces of information that may be useful are... 1.) I'm using Windows XP Professional SP3 2.) I've got .NET Framework 1.1-3.5 3.) My screen resolution is 1024x768 4.) I run Starcraft using a virtual drive & virtual image file 5.) My account has admin privileges 6.) Intel Pentium III processor 7.) 256 MB of RAM The odd thing is I don't remember changing anything that would have affected the resolution of the game. Anyway, like I said above, any help is appreciated. Thanks!
  12. Sithus

    I'm Back!

    That's tight man, you've got some great shots. I feel like I'm in Pre-Fallout 3, lol.
  13. Sithus

    Port Forwarding BS

    It was just a matter of correcting my static IP address. I had port 6112 opened on both UDP and TCP using the IP address So I checked the properties on my network connection and I had as my static IP. So I just switched 100 to 102. Kind of a dumb mistake actually. But the odd thing is that uTorrent said it's port was open even though I was using a different static IP address. But yeah, that's all I did to fix it.
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    Port Forwarding BS

    Yay, I've got it working now. Thanks for the help guys! I appreciate it! :'(
  15. Sithus

    Port Forwarding BS

    OK so I've got a quick question. First off, I'm having trouble with port forwarding. Here's the problem -- I can't host games in Starcraft on my laptop. Now I know you have to forward (open) port 6112 and I've done that successfully already. So I can host games and people can join with no problem while I'm playing on my desktop. However, when I'm on my laptop users are unable to join the games I create. I don't understand why though if it's still the same port and I'm still using the same router. Any advice?