Change the Generated Video Thumbs’ Width and Height in Clip-Bucket v2


If you’re of the ones that like customizing their CB websites to give them a better and personal look, be sure to read this article. This article will show you how to modify the generated video thumbs’ width and height sizes.

1. Go to your admin_area (http://yoursite.tld/admin_area)

2. On the left column, under Stats and Configurations, click on Website Configurations.z13. Once clicked, on the top navigation bar, click on Uploading and Conversion Settings.z2

4. Scroll down until you see the Thumb Width and Thumb Height text boxes. Modify those values as you wish. Remember that if you already have videos on your website, you will need to regenerate their thumbnails to have these new sizes applied.

z55. Scroll down and Update Settings.


There you go. If you get stuck at any step, please do not hesitate to contact me so I can assist you. Any questions, comments or article suggestions are welcome!

Best Regards,


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4 Comments on Change the Generated Video Thumbs’ Width and Height in Clip-Bucket v2

  1. Jim says:

    Thanks Richie for the tip. My thumb images still appears stretched after changing sizes as you suggested. By regenerating thumb, does that simply mean to delete previous image and reload, can you clarify on how to go about regenerating thumb? Or other methods of manually adjusting sizes in css or html files. Thanks again

  2. Jim says:

    The default thumb size 120 x 90 seems to remain the same from videos uploaded from youtube, thereby manually stretching the pixels and losing quality

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