The way you're currently computing resizing multipliers is pretty much meaningless, pointless, and useless. Changing the video size according to a multiplier should map one pixel in the video source to n pixels (linearly) of the video on my monitor, instead of one pixel in the area the video player would cover without this script to n pixels with the script. E.g. if I'm playing a video at 480p quality, set the size to 2x, press the print screen key (after not moving the mouse over the video for a few seconds, so the video's progress indicator thingy is in its minimally-visible state), paste into a photo editor, and do a pixel-perfect crop so that I see all of the video freezeframe and nothing else (not even the rest of the player), I should get an image 960 pixels high.
Oh, and the resize drop-down is greyed-out whenever the HTML5 player is being used.
Best script for YouTube
I don't actually use this script, though.
Nice Scripts, work very good, I really like it.
I like it but what do u think about mine?
Had no idea there was a Chrome port, have been using the greasemonkey script (with surprising success), but am glad to find this official chrome port.
this is my 4th review as this script gets updated repeatedly!
combines TONS of wonderful adjustments and little tweaks for utube ... U dont know what u r missing unless u try it!
stop autoplay, keep resolution for all vids, download vids, decrease CPU usage, player theme change and more!
this script is plainly awesome.
improves CPU usage (I am running NC10)
This script does everything I could ask for and more.
and the flash player is a mess for any os other than windows. For example the full screen somehow is extreme slow BUT if I use the fill function of this script and put the browser in full screen (F11) it runs fluently. I think my live has gotten better with this.