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About Icaros
#1
Icaros Is available as a standalone release.

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This software relies on .Net Framework 4.0 - you can DOWNLOAD it here if you do not have it already.
To ensure you have this installed, check Control Panel | Programs and Features for the following entries....

   
Windows update will offer this software for installation.

for those that prefer the cutting edge, 2.2.6 BETA 2

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#2
videos are still upside down with v1.2. also if a thumbnail cannot be generated than explorer locks up. you have to kill explorer.exe
#3
If you are also using the Shark007 codecs?... this can be the cause for upside down thumbs.
v320, when released, should correct it.
#4
Combining two different versions of the same thumbnail handler should certainly be avoided.
If you wish to test 1.2.0 or other new releases of Icaros, before the update is included in Shark's Codecs,
then it's highly recommended to disable the current version of Icaros via the Config tab in the Settings Application first.
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64
#5
(10-31-2011, 01:46 PM)Shark007 Wrote:  If you are also using the Shark007 codecs?... this can be the cause for upside down thumbs.
v320, when released, should correct it.

Thank you. When I upgraded from 3.1.5 to 3.1.9, the thumbs were upside down. I reinstalled 3.1.5 to correct it.
#6
(10-31-2011, 02:09 PM)mike81 Wrote:  Thank you. When I upgraded from 3.1.5 to 3.1.9, the thumbs were upside down. I reinstalled 3.1.5 to correct it.

When 3.2.0 is released, it should work as well.
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64
#7
(10-31-2011, 01:46 PM)Shark007 Wrote:  If you are also using the Shark007 codecs?... this can be the cause for upside down thumbs.
v320, when released, should correct it.

only lav filters, haali splitter and quicktime are installed. ffdshow or any codec pack is not installed.
#8
(10-31-2011, 02:18 PM)cengizhan Wrote:  
(10-31-2011, 01:46 PM)Shark007 Wrote:  If you are also using the Shark007 codecs?... this can be the cause for upside down thumbs.
v320, when released, should correct it.

only lav filters, haali splitter and quicktime are installed. ffdshow or any codec pack is not installed.

Have you tried forcing the rebuild of the thumbnails by using the Disk Cleanup Tool to removed old Thumbnails?

Startmenu\Accessories\System Tools\Disk Cleanup
click OK
after it scans your drive... a window pops up
select ALL checkboxes
click OK - Delete Files? - click OK
reboot
browse the folders

#9
(10-31-2011, 02:34 PM)Shark007 Wrote:  Have you tried forcing the rebuild of the thumbnails by using the Disk Cleanup Tool to removed old Thumbnails?

Startmenu\Accessories\System Tools\Disk Cleanup
click OK
after it scans your drive... a window pops up
select ALL checkboxes
click OK - Delete Files? - click OK
reboot
browse the folders

Yes, cleaned with ccleaner. also tried folders with no previous thumbnails existed.
#10
Is this happening for just a few files or a lot?
Could you provide a sample of one of the affected files?

Follow these guidelines for sample creation:
Open the Settings Application and go to the Misc TAB.
From here, drag n drop the file onto the upper text field and click "create" to cut a 40 MB sample of the troubled file, upload the sample to http://mediafire.com.
Place the download URL in your post.
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64




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