Posted: Wed, 14th Apr 2004, 3:44am
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I noticed in the 1.01 version of Chroma that you can justify your own resolution, up to 1024x1024. Is it possible to increase that cap? It's not something I would use for video, of course, but for still images. For example, Having an 1176x1780 photo in Premiere to pan across, and being able to edit that photo in Chromanator with its features would be ideal.
I understand that I may be the only person who can utilize this, but just a suggestion. By the way, the program is grade A. I love it.
Posted: Wed, 14th Apr 2004, 11:49am
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At the moment the OpenGL render engine only works with images/video up to 1024 x 1024 pixels. We are working to increase this in the future to support HD resolutions at which point we will increase the limits on the project dialogs. Saying this, media which is over 1024 x 1024 can be rendered by the Quick Render engine but this doesn't enable the same kind of high quality output as the OpenGL render engine.
Thanks for your comments on the program - they mean a lot to us