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Moltiplicate the mouse x, y position


#1

Problem:For get an high resolution video (1080p) I riscaled the images in my slides from 1440x810 to 1920x1080. Now is it possible to moltiplicate all the x and y coordinates of the cursor path for the same factor of the rescale (1080/810=1.3333)?
Thanks a lots.

ActivePresenter Version: 6.1.6

OS: windows 7 32bit

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(Nam Nguyen) #2

Hi,

Unfortunately, ActivePresenter 6 doesn’t allow to change project size. You should upgrade to ActivePresenter 7 which can change project size with scale options.

Regards,


#3

Thanks for your fast reply. My only problem is with the x, y positions of the mouse path. Is there a JavaScript for moltiply this positions for 1.33? I’ve a 32bit Windows 7 I can’t upgrade.


(Nam Nguyen) #4

Hi,

It seems that there is no way to do it by JavaScript.

If possible, please send us your project file so we can help to update the cursor path position.

Regards,


#5

In AP6 it is possible manipulate all the coordinate point x and y of the cursor path one by one, therefore I can change by myself all the coordinate with the 1.33*coordinate, but obviously this is a very tedious thing to do for all slides.
I think that the x and y coordinate of the cursor path are keep in some kind of vector inside AP. I can copy and paste this coordiante from one slide to another. How can edit it? Is there some software that can read this coordinate and edit it?
At the moment I make 720p videos using the screen smartcapture of AP of a PDF presentation. I capture the path of the cursor and the PDF presentation at 1440x810. When I create the video I get a video of 1440x810 that I post on my YouTube Channel, the effect is fine, because the video fill all the YouTube viewer, but the video is only 720p.
I can easily change the resolution of images of the presentations from 1440x810 to 1920x1080, without losing quality, but when I paste the cursor path from the 1440x810 capture to the 1920x1080 slide the path is that for 1440x810 therefore is a bit too little.


#6

Thanks I’ve solve the problem with a script in AutoHotkey that multiply the x, y coordinates one by one.


(Nam Nguyen) #7

Hi,

It sounds good that you’ve solved the problem by your self. Feel free to ask if you need other help.

Regards,