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Hello, I have recorded in OBS Studio a video with resolution 2560 x 720 (32:9), basically two screen outputs of 1280 x 720 next to each other. I want to edit now the video in Videopad Video Editor, in order to keep the left screen for a certain time, and then keep the right screen for a certain time, and write the resulting video to 1280 x 720 (16:9) resolution. When I open the video in the bin, Videopad scales the canvas to a size of 2560 x 1440 (16:9). I try to change the format to my own, by rightclicking the context menu and checking "Change Clip Aspect Ratio...". However th
Hello. I recorded footage that was supposed to be 4:3 but accidentally became a 16:9 video. Now I want to fix this by using VideoPad to export the video to 4:3. The problem is, that VideoPad adds black bars to the top and bottom of the video. I assume that VideoPad does this so I maintain the aspect ratio. But I do not want to maintain the aspect ratio, I want to change it. (to 4:3) Cropping the image is no option, as important parts would be lost. To make it more clear with an example: 1. This would be the the original video
Relative newbie here. My slides have 4x3 aspect ratio, so exporting the slideshow at 1920 wide, the height should be 1440. However, when I try to set 1920x1440 as a custom resolution, PhotoStage says "Please enter a height that is no more than 1080." As PhotoStage export other aspect ratios with more than 1080 in height, this limitation seems arbitrary. Of course I can use 2560x1440 but this puts wide black bars on the sides. Of course, it's possible I'm missing some basic insight here.