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Old 10 Feb 2007, 09:02 AM   #1
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Default SUPER (C) guide? also unable to begin encode

i just downloaded and installed SUPER and it looks really cool. is there any directions or a guide? i want to load dvd vob files to convert for my zune player, but they load out of order/or not at all. when i drag and drop a batch, only one appears. also i can't scroll down on the SUPER screen to click on encode now tab? any ideas? thanks in advance.
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load each file manually, they will encode in the order they were loaded. click and drag on the top blue edge of window to bring it "up" to view the entire interface.
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Old 10 Feb 2007, 11:58 AM   #3
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hey thanks. for some reason the screen still cant be viewed properly.
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hey thanks. for some reason the screen still cant be viewed properly.
can you post a screenshot? (the whole desktop)
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Old 10 Feb 2007, 02:30 PM   #5
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thankyou much.
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wow. never seen that before. is this the new jan 4 2007 build? has it always looked this way? uninstall and re-install?
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its the new jan 4 2007 build, and i tried uninstall and re-install with the same result, the buttons arent there at the bottem. is it supposed to start automatically?
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its the new jan 4 2007 build, and i tried uninstall and re-install with the same result, the buttons arent there at the bottem. is it supposed to start automatically?
no, the buttons should be there. i don't see any "hide" option either....
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Old 10 Feb 2007, 04:23 PM   #9
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man this is a bummer. well thanks.
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Old 10 Feb 2007, 04:53 PM   #10
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not so fast

http://www.erightsoft.com/faqt.html

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Why I can't see all the buttons of the interface, the interface is larger than my screen. what can i do?

A. It is well mentionned on the download web page in the "required minimum configuration" section that
the interface of SUPER © requires 1024 x 768 video resolution or larger.
The install SETUP file was initially set to disable the installtion for smaller resolutions.
We received tons of emails asking to enable the installtion even with low resolutions.
Therefore, we enabled the installtion of SUPER © on low resolutions screens to let the user
decide by himself whether to increase his screen resolution or live with it as it is!
my computer>control panel>display>settings.

no wonder i never seen the buggered interface you have, i've always used the required resolution.

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Old 10 Feb 2007, 05:39 PM   #11
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still no tabs.
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still no tabs.
do you meet all the other system requirements in the list?

# One of the following OS: Windows© 98 (second edition), Windows© ME (final release)
Windows© 2000, Windows© XP, Windows© 2003.
SUPER©.v2007.build.21(Jan.4,2007) is NOT suitable to run in a Windows emulator environment like WINE or similar
# Full admin rights within an admin session (for NTkernel OS).
# At least 1800 MHz Intel® Pentium4 processor or equivalent. (64-bit CPU not supported)
# 512MB of RAM or more.
# 20GB of free Hard disk space or more.
# 1024 x 768 video resolution or larger.
# 32,000-color video or more.
# IE 5.5 or later.
# Internet connection.

note: after you change the resolution, i believe you will have to uninstall and re-install again.

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thanks columbo, i am able to see everything now.
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thanks columbo, i am able to see everything now.
this is the part where you crack the mickey
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Here is a Guide for Super, not sure how good.
http://forum.videohelp.com/images/gu...superguide.pdf

May be of some help.
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