Oh, and thank you for the quick response, and for helping to troubleshoot your program. It's a real plus being in contact with the creator.
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Video Thumbnails Maker has been updated to version 188.8.131.52
Here is the changelist:
v184.108.40.206- New Crystal engine. Uses its own embedded (built-in) codec system. That means it does not use your system codecs as Engine 1, 2 and Extreme engine do. Eats everything. Average speed. Crystal engine is free!
- Startup window with language and engine choice is appeared when a user runs the program for the first time.
- Current using engine indication is added to the main window.
- "Use Crystal engine automatically if Engine 1, 2 or Extreme engine fails" option is added to Environment window.
- Preview mode in Options window has been improved for light background colors.
- Basic presets has been changed.
- Changing Windows theme to default while using Extreme engine bug is fixed.
- "Clear completed" button malfuction is fixed.
- Few cosmetic changes in Options and Environment windows.
- Audio/video information module is updated.
I was trying to determine whether I had the necessary prerequisites already there in Win 7 Ultimate x64, and according to some initial reading online, it looks like the earlier Net Frameworks (including 2.0, which is required by your program) should be accounted for in the NF 3.5.1 that gets installed by default . . . but not necessarily turned ON. These are apparently now OS core components in Win 7, and as such no longer show up under Programs; you have to look at the checkboxes under OS Features, and even then it is kind of ambiguous. It may be necessary to run something called the Net Framework Verification Tool, to get a detailed report on the status.
[Things may get even murkier in Win 7 Enterprise, where a lot of things -- like Games -- are hidden down in subterranean levels, until explicitly enabled, but are not really absent. I don't even want to know what the deal is with Win 8 . . . .]
The shorter answer might be just to install the program, and see if it works, but I thought I'd inquire, in case anyone else was wondering too.When in Las Vegas, don't miss the Pinball Hall of Fame Museum http://www.pinballmuseum.org/ -- over 150 tables from 6+ decades of this gradually disappearing American art form.