Please change the resize method for fullscreen
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Posted 3/10/12
Now it follows the video resolution, taking that as resolution (with the menus) and resizing it full, and the results are awful.
Can't you do it like youtube, where only the video is resized and the menus stay desktop resolution? The result in resizing seems to be far better too.
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Posted 3/10/12 , edited 3/10/12
Right click the player and enable subtitle smoothing.

Having subtitle smoothing enabled makes CR's player (and softsubs) look so much better. I have no idea why it isn't the default option.
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Posted 3/11/12

llamaben wrote:

Right click the player and enable subtitle smoothing.

Having subtitle smoothing enabled makes CR's player (and softsubs) look so much better. I have no idea why it isn't the default option.


Wut, what does that have to do with resize method?
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Posted 3/11/12 , edited 3/11/12
Ah, to avoid any confusion, I made some screens.
This is how it looks now:
http://i.imgur.com/sTU6G.jpg

This is how it should look (triggered fullscreen before video loaded):
http://i.imgur.com/MOkUM.jpg

As you can see the quality on the second one is on a completely another level, without any need to enable subtitle smoothing.
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Posted 3/11/12 , edited 3/11/12

elevul wrote:


llamaben wrote:

Right click the player and enable subtitle smoothing.

Having subtitle smoothing enabled makes CR's player (and softsubs) look so much better. I have no idea why it isn't the default option.


Wut, what does that have to do with resize method?


I don't know the specifics of what it does, but it should solve this problem.
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Posted 3/11/12 , edited 3/11/12

elevul wrote: Ah, to avoid any confusion, I made some screens.
This is how it looks now:
http://i.imgur.com/sTU6G.jpg

This is how it should look (triggered fullscreen before video loaded):
http://i.imgur.com/MOkUM.jpg

As you can see the quality on the second one is on a completely another level, without any need to enable subtitle smoothing.

Yes, the subtitles are too small and the controls are so small that using them successfully should win a "Control Marksman!" achievement.


llamaben wrote: Right click the player and enable subtitle smoothing.

Having subtitle smoothing enabled makes CR's player (and softsubs) look so much better. I have no idea why it isn't the default option.

For people where their equipment decides their max resolution, not their bandwidth, subtitle smoothing on could force them to drop down from 720p to 480p, or from 480p to 360p.
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Posted 3/11/12

agila61 wrote:
Having subtitle smoothing enabled makes CR's player (and softsubs) look so much better. I have no idea why it isn't the default option.

For people where their equipment decides their max resolution, not their bandwidth, subtitle smoothing on could force them to drop down from 720p to 480p, or from 480p to 360p.

I am assuming the video smoothing has to be selected on a per session or perhaps even a per video basis. If that assumption is correct, it would be nice to be able to set it as a default in the Video Preferences, just as it is possible to set the default resolution.

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TheAncientOne wrote: I am assuming the video smoothing has to be selected on a per session or perhaps even a per video basis. If that assumption is correct, it would be nice to be able to set it as a default in the Video Preferences, just as it is possible to set the default resolution.

Yes, it should be added right below hardware acceleration.
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I am assuming the video smoothing has to be selected on a per session or perhaps even a per video basis.
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ifines wrote:

I am assuming the video smoothing has to be selected on a per session or perhaps even a per video basis.

Since its on the right click menu when on top of the flash video that is playing, I'd expect it would be per video. That's why it should be an option on the video player settings, so that people can set it the way they want it.
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Posted 3/15/12

ifines wrote:

I am assuming the video smoothing has to be selected on a per session or perhaps even a per video basis.

Since its on the right click menu when on top of the flash video that is playing ~ the same menu that lets you turn off subtitles ~ I'd expect it would be per video. That's why it should be an option on the video player settings, so that people can set it the way they want it.
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Posted 3/15/12

ifines wrote:

I am assuming the video smoothing has to be selected on a per session or perhaps even a per video basis.


agila61 wrote:

Since its on the right click menu when on top of the flash video that is playing ~ the same menu that lets you turn off subtitles ~ I'd expect it would be per video. That's why it should be an option on the video player settings, so that people can set it the way they want it.


It actually lasts for a few months.
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Posted 3/16/12

llamaben wrote: It actually lasts for a few months.

Now, that's interesting. So it must be a cookie that Crunchyroll or Flash saves.

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