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  1. Even after all this time I still haven't updated from v7.03, because every version from that point on has made things more complicated.
  2. 6.26 is the latest Spanish version.
  3. Had this in mind for years now! ':D
  4. Audio scrubbing was not corrected when I tried 7.21. I could still hear audio that doesn't match with the current scrubbing point.
  5. Input file is a 1:1 aspect ratio picture. (1190 x 1190) Crop Center 16:9 Take Snapshot at HD 720p (1280 x 720) Output snapshot is 768 x 432. What? I have tried all the other options and they all gave out the same exact dimensions in the output file. I think I should just stay with version 7.03 of VideoPad forever. :/
  6. Well, you have 6 times more RAM than I do, so I don't know how fast you talkin' about. I can work on VideoPad just fine with only so much memory.
  7. I'm still using 7.03 until that option just goes away. Try that version and you'll thank me later.
  8. This wouldn't of happened if the Letterbox/Crop and Zoom feature was never invented. :/
  9. That's what I'm doing though! The thing is that both resolutions you mentioned at the top, are in an aspect ratio of 16:9. In my case, I had that property vary between sources. (I say "had" because I already exported my project successfully in 7.03.)
  10. Exactly what I did. I selected the YouTube 720p preset, and the options were not greyed out. Am I missing something?
  11. The letterbox/crop and zoom feature is BS. It was never necessary on older versions of VideoPad. :/ I'm trying to export a video in 1280*720 just like it's shown in the preview, but the auto-detected resolution is 612*576, and I don't like either result from the letterbox or crop and zoom options. Going back to 7.03 for now.
  12. This has actually been happening ever since I first started using VideoPad in 2014. I kept forgetting about reporting it.
  13. Skipping this version. It always seems as though one thing gets fixed and then another one breaks.
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