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  1. I've filed the suggestions. Thanks!
  2. You have to do stabilize before aspect ratio conversion, is that because of you want to output back to analog TV format (non-square pixels)?
  3. Also, we will make some change the default export name in the next release. It will use the project name if you are exporting a single sequence without changing its name.
  4. I tried drawing a perfect circle around the car wheel. It does seems 640x480 is the right aspect ratio of the picture. 720x480 640x480
  5. It seems to me that it was the processor that converting analog to digital signal do the cutting and also corrected it's display aspect ratio. I can see the car wheels in the 720 frame are stretched to ovals.
  6. Hi Russ, Have you tried my suggestion in newer VideoPad versions: http://nch.invisionzone.com/topic/32049-problem-made-in-this-863-version/?tab=comments#comment-85628 If you really want the image being stretched to 720x480, which will look distorted, you can apply a "Stretch to Aspect Ratio" effect. Select "Auto Aspect Ratio"(default) then export to 720x480. Hope this helps.
  7. 64 bit build is currently in testing and bug fixing stage.
  8. Hi Russ, Is the resolution you've seen are reported from the Properties dialog? Those number are not affecting the export result. You just need to set export resolution to equal or higher than 720 x 540, VideoPad will try to use the maximum resolution available from the original video when export.
  9. There was a bug in 7.51 and previous versions which assuming all input video are in square pixels. If the output is in 720x480 (with square pixels), the picture will look distorted. You can compare the result from 7.51 to the original video when play in a video player.
  10. Hi Russ, Regarding the DV issue. The video is with non-square pixels (Pixel Aspect Ratio is not 1:1). The video's display aspect ratio is 4:3 (720x480 is not 4:3). If you play the video using a video player for example VLC, you'll see it's a 4:3 video. VideoPad can only output square pixels (PAR = 1:1) therefore it converts the image to 4:3 with square pixels. To avoid lost pixels, you can export the video as 720x540. It will keep the horizontal resolution and scale up the vertical resolution. Hope that make sense.
  11. Confirmed this is a bug and well be fixed in next release.
  12. Hi Russ, I'm working with Alex on this. Could you please check your PM?
  13. Hi Russ, Would you be able to run a debug version of VideoPad and sent us the trace log?
  14. @kristiansen Confirmed "Place in 360" can't be previewed properly in the sequence - this is a bug. [Edit]: This bug has been fixed in recent versions. About the distortion. This is unavoidable. "Place in 360" projects the 2D video on a very small portion of the 360 video - which is a spherical surface. This is a lossy process and a lot of information could loss during the process.
  15. Confirmed the bug is introduced in v8.34. v8.32 doesn't have this problem. We will release a new version in a few days and get the bug fixed. Please roll back to use v8.32 for now. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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