[Rejected] Resize/Scale Filter in Handbrake

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ty2010
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Re: Resize/Scale Filter in Handbrake

Post by ty2010 »

Downsizing too much is much less likely to fill up a hard drive and possibly overwrite important data. There are also those that would code 4k and complain about speed...
jacop89
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Re: Resize/Scale Filter in Handbrake

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Smithcraft wrote:
s55 wrote:It's a deliberate design decision. it has nothing to do with difficulty.

:?:
I still do not understand though.... :roll:
GregiBoy
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Re: [Rejected] Resize/Scale Filter in Handbrake

Post by GregiBoy »

Well, get over it. Your suggestion has been rejected by the developers and that's that.

They don't have time to waste justifying the decision to you.
mduell
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Re: Resize/Scale Filter in Handbrake

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jacop89 wrote::?:
I still do not understand though.... :roll:
Previously answered:
mduell wrote: They just don't include a resizing direction that is rarely actually useful and would be mostly misused.
Smithcraft
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Re: Resize/Scale Filter in Handbrake

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jacop89 wrote:
Smithcraft wrote:
s55 wrote:It's a deliberate design decision. it has nothing to do with difficulty.

:?:
I still do not understand though.... :roll:
That means that the developer thought about it, figured it wouldn't be too difficult to implement, but thought that the problems caused would outweigh any benefits.

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