Phota 4.1, 4.1.1, 4.1.2, 4.1.3 and 4.1.4  -  New Features

Photo 4.1 includes many interface improvements, rewritten OpenGL 3D Gallery code, Audio Player enhancements and many other minor fixes and improvements.  See below for further details:  (Also see Phota 4.1.1, Phota 4.1.2, Phota 4.1.3 and Phota 4.1.4)

Phota 4.1.1 

Phota 4.1.1 includes further improvements to Interface Scaling and the Album Appearance screen to accomodate very large screens.  Also, the Video Player has been enhanced to better handle certain types of videos.  Several other fairly important fixes and improvements.

Phota 4.1.2 

Phota 4.1.2 is mostly intended to fix occasional crashes and other glitches while in 3D Gallery mode.  This version was also built with a newer compiler, which might slightly improve performance.

Phota 4.1.3 

Phota 4.1.3 improves the Video features.  The Video Player should be more reliable and capable of playing almost any common video format.  Video Capture can be configured to use more of the available encoding/compression codecs, and it should now be much easier to record Audio along with the visual action (see the Video Options screen).  NOTE:  Most sound cards can provide a Stereo Mix Audio Device, but often it is not enabled, and might not even be visible.  The Sounds Control Panel can usually be used to enable Stereo Mix (right-click the speaker icon in the Taskbar tray).  An internet search for 'enable stereo mix' will quickly find detailed instructions on how to do this.

Phota 4.1.4 

With Phota 4.1.4, a mark is shown at the upper-right corner of a button to indicate that the button can be right-clicked to provide additional functionality.  For example, can be right-clicked to access a popup menu of Gallery options, or right-click to show the Animate Colors Options screen.

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