The original internal resize filter from which Smart Resize was adapted was created by Avery Lee, the author of VirtualDub. The performance and speed of his resize engine are truly awesome. Gunnar Thalin implemented a stand-alone video calculator. Jon C. Hodgson inspired me to create Smart Resize and assisted during the development process.
Version 1.1 [Source code]
Version 1.1 is recompiled to be half the size and some silliness about DV aspect ratios in the help file was corrected.
Version 1.0 added Avery Lee's new resize engine, which has greater subpixel accuracy and doesn't create a spurious line of pixels in some cases; fixed crashes due to putting some difficult values in the edit boxes; added two useful modes, one of which is ideal for creating VCD-compliant clips.
Beta 8 limited the aspect ratio to 10/1 to avoid having temporary editing crash Windows or VirtualDub.
Beta 7 fixed erroneous calculation of the frame size in some cases when both snap to width and snap to height are enabled.
Beta 6 removed the need for the Calculate and Accept buttons, replaced the Save Calculator Settings button with normal script file support, and supported batch operation where the final size decisions are made at the time an input clip is processed.
Beta 5 fixed snapping and user interface bugs.
Beta 4 was the first available version of this filter.
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