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Fasty
02-23-2005, 09:54 PM
Posted here for posterity.

For Screen (taken from here (http://www.karner.com/john/tutorials.html)):

ResolutionPreset 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 NAME (Pixels x Pixels, Pixel Aspect Ratio) [Frame Aspect Ratio]
ResolutionPreset 640 480 1 0 0 640 480 VGA (640 x 480, 1.0) [1.33]
ResolutionPreset 800 600 1 0 0 800 600 SVGA (800 x 600, 1.0) [1.33]
ResolutionPreset 1024 768 1 0 0 1024 768 XGA (1024 x 768, 1.0) [1.33]
ResolutionPreset 1280 1024 1.0667 0 0 1280 1024 SXGA (1280 x 1024, 1.0) [1.33]
ResolutionPreset 720 486 0.9 0 0 720 486 D1 NTSC (720 x 486, 0.9) [1.33]
ResolutionPreset 720 486 1.2 0 0 720 486 D1 NTSC Widescreen (720 x 486, 1.2) [1.778]
ResolutionPreset 720 365 0.9 0 0 720 366 D1 Widescreen PVR PROXY (720 x 366, 0.9) [1.778]
ResolutionPreset 752 480 0.8592 0 0 752 480 D2 NTSC (752 x 480, 0.8592) [1.346]
ResolutionPreset 720 576 1.0667 0 0 720 576 D1 PAL (720 x 576, 1.0667) [1.33]
ResolutionPreset 720 576 1.4222 0 0 720 576 D1 PAL Widescreen (720 x 576, 1.4222) [1.778]
ResolutionPreset 1024 576 1.0 0 0 1024 576 D1 PAL Widescreen (1024 x 576, 1.0) [1.778]
ResolutionPreset 752 576 1.0186 0 0 752 576 D2 PAL (752 x 576, 1.0186) [1.33]
ResolutionPreset 1280 720 1 0 0 1280 720 HDTV (1280 x 720, 1.0) [1.778]
ResolutionPreset 1920 1080 1 0 0 1920 1080 HDTV (1920 x 1080 1.0) [1.778]
ResolutionPreset 2048 1536 1.0 0 0 2048 1536 FILM Full Camera Apeture (2048 x 1536, 1.0) [1.33]
ResolutionPreset 2048 1556 1.0 0 0 2048 1556 FILM Full Camera Standard (2048 x 1556, 1.0) [1.33]
ResolutionPreset 2048 1229 1.0 0 0 2048 1229 FILM Full Camera Apeture (2048 x 1228, 1.0) [1.66]
ResolutionPreset 2048 1107 1.0 0 0 2048 1107 FILM Full Camera Apeture (2048 x 1106, 1.0) [1.85]
ResolutionPreset 2048 1494 1.0 0 0 2048 1494 FILM Academy Full Frame (2048 x 1494, 1.0) [1.37]
ResolutionPreset 2048 1107 0.9 0 0 2048 1107 FILM Academy Projection (2048 x 1106, 0.9) [1.66]
ResolutionPreset 2048 1107 1.0 0 0 2048 1107 FILM Academy Projection (2048 x 1106, 1.0) [1.85]
ResolutionPreset 1806 1530 1.0 0 0 1806 1530 FILM Anamorphic Pre-Squeezed (1806 x 1530, 1.0) [1.18]
ResolutionPreset 637 486 0.9 0 0 637 486 FILM Anamorphic Pre-Squeezed PVR PROXY (637 x 486, 0.9) [1.18]
ResolutionPreset 2048 868 1.0 0 0 2048 868 FILM Anamorphic Un-Squeezed (2048 x 868, 1.0) [2.35]
ResolutionPreset 720 275 0.9 0 0 720 275 FILM Anamorphic Un-Squeezed PVR PROXY (720 x 275, 0.9) [2.35]

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matt-ksp
03-16-2005, 10:49 PM
thanks, saved me half an hour of typing. a few of them i didnt know either.

Spacemanbob
04-11-2005, 04:31 PM
Where do I put these presets. Is there a file I dump them into.

Fasty
04-11-2005, 09:42 PM
Yep, if you're using version 7.x then you simply copy and paste them into your lw3.cfg file where the default ones are. I think the file has a different name in version 8.

Spacemanbob
04-11-2005, 11:18 PM
Yep, if you're using version 7.x then you simply copy and paste them into your lw3.cfg file where the default ones are. I think the file has a different name in version 8.

In LW8 It is lw8.cfg. Wasn't hard to figure that one out and it is in the Users folder under documents and settings. I was looking for this stuff in the Lightwave folder for a long time thinking I had lost my mind.

Thanks a lot. Will try this out now.

kevman3d
04-25-2005, 03:29 AM
Message Deleted by me since original post has been edited - For the curious, there were just a handful of preset's that had come from the TNT book - However now that its gone, this post wouldn't make any sense really in the way it was worded... :)

Cheers, and no worries dude... Thanks for those other presets btw...

Fasty
04-25-2005, 03:33 AM
Hey, sorry about that! It was one of those things where I had a config file sitting on my hard drive with all those presets in and I didn't know where I got them from. Believe me I searched and searched to try and find the author. Didn't think to check the book-shelf!

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