Just a note, scaling does not mean that the aspect ratio changes.
Widescreen is still widescreen.

-Josh


On 2/27/06, David Howell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I vote for no scaling.
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> If I wanted a larger video, I would have made a larger video to begin
> with.
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> David
> http://www.taoofdavid.com
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> --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Sullivan"
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> > Quick question to those who have an opinion to offer.....
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> > How do you feel about aggregators or video hosting sites where you
> can play
> > videos.... increasing the dimensions from 320x240 to a larger scale?
> >
> > + mefeedia.com was doing this for a while but not currently.....
> > + fireant.tv is now doing this....
> > + vlogdir.com provides it as an option to the viewer but defaults to
> > 320x240....
> > + blip doesnt do this.....
> > + various other services are mixed.
> >
> > Do you care?  Is bigger better? Some videos dont look good scaled
> up, others
> > look fine.
> >
> > Thoughts?
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> > Sull
> > http://vlogdir.com
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