Changing image and animation properties:
- The actual size presets are dependent on the selected 'Aspect Ratio
for Size Presets' in the default
- You may enter any custom size (within the max. size: 700x536 for PAL
and 700 * 440 for NTSC). If you click on 'SetDef' this entered size is
the new 'default' (and overwrites the default given in the default
- If proportional is on, the image height is calculated automatically
(according to the aspect ratio before the change) if the image width is
changed and vice versa.
- 'Use Default' will set the size according to the default given in the
menu settings (except you should have redefined it with
- Within the drop down list below 'Proportional' you will find
additional size presets which depend on the size and aspect ratio of
the original picture. If the original picture is smaller than the max.
size (700x536 for PAL, 700 * 440 for NTSC) the first entry is the
original size (otherwise only smaller presets are available). The
other preset sizes are calculated from the 'usual' size presets but
keeping the aspect ratio of the original picture.
2. With Remove you may delete the image/animation. For automatically
created animations (added movies in the main menu), Remove is disabled.
To delete such an animation untag 'Animated Button' in the Video + Audio files
3. You may 'exchange' the image with another file if you click on the
file open icon right
next to the actual image file (for animations this is usually the
default 'placeholder' image: avisynthpic.gif )
4. You may add or change the Gifmask settings for the image/animation.
More about Gifmasks: Buttons
& Masks and creating
5. 'Animation file' is only visible if an animation is
concerned. You may 'exchange' the animation with another
animation file if you click on the file open
icon. You may also change the crop settings for
this animation. For the crop settings you may either enter a
single number (like 16) or use the Avisynth crop syntax:
x1,y1,-x2,-y2 where x1 is the number of pixels to be cropped from the
left and y1 from top. The values x2 and y2 have to be negative (even if
0, then use -0) and represent the number of pixels to be cropped from
the right (x2) and from botton (y2). If only a single number
used, all sides are cropped with the same value. Example: