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  1. Hello NotADev, thanks again for your kind reply. Actually I found out that Videopad does exactly what I wanted when I chose the first option for the export. The resulting mpeg is 720x576 with some parts of the sides missing, which is ok. It was my mistake or that of my authoring software which showed me black borders in the Videopad mpeg output files where none existed. When I cross checked the mpeg files in different players it came out that they were completely ok without letterbox borders. Thank you again for your help Yours Serafin
  2. Hi NotADev, thank you very much for that hint. Seems to work so far as I'm not asked whether to crop or resize when exporting. Still there are black borders on top and bottom of the exported mpeg. Could it be because my source material is 640x480, therefore 4:3? So what do I have to do to export my 640x480 source material to 720x576 DVD standard? (Actually I have mixed sources between which I do cross cutting, one is 640x480, the other is 720x576) Any hint would be gladly appreciated. Yours Serafin
  3. Hello since Videopad doesn't offer much DVD authoring features I'm forced to do the authoring with another program. Therefore I still need 16:9 anamorphic mpeg export to later import those files into my authoring software. Yours Serafin
  4. Hello, I just noticed that the newer versions of vidoepad are not capable of exporting 720x576 mpeg files, which is, as far as I know the standard for DVDs. The nearest export setting for mpeg is 768x576, but that isn't part of the DVD standard. Whenever I manually enter 720x576 as mpeg export resolution, I'm asked whether I want to to crop or resize the video which both leads to black bars on various sides of the rendered video. Any suggestions? Yours Serafin
  5. Hi c_major, sorry, you still got me wrong. There is a real difference between 16:9, 4:3 AND 4:3 anamorphic formats. Videopad so far is only able to export "normal" 16:9 and "4:3", but not 4:3 anamorphic. Which is exactly what you need when you want to export mpeg widescreen for postproduction of a DVD to an authoring software without reencoding again. Let me try to put out the differences between the formats again to clarify: - 4:3 with square pixels like 720x576. This is saved as 720x576 and will be displayed as 720x576 - 16:9 with square pixels like 720x405. On a DVD this is saved
  6. Hi c_major, sorry, you got me wrong. These are the facts: - I got a real 16:9 video in mp4 format - I want to make a real DVD of it, that is playable on standalone players, so it has to conform to DVD standards - that means I have to reduce my video to 720x576 px, the maximum for DVDs - 720x576 is not 16:9, it is 4:3. But: the DVD format is capable of 720x576 anamorphic, which will be displayed as 16:9 (anamorphic: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anamorphic_widescreen#DVD_Video) So the only satisfying solution would be videopad having the ability to save mpeg in anamorphic fo
  7. Hello Chris75, i tried both options, none of them was satisfying. In both cases, you end up with a non anamorphic 4:3 video. When cropping, you get a 16:9 video with black bars on top and bottom to fill the unneeded space, but the resulting video still is 4:3. When resizing, you get a 4:3 video where the left and right parts of the original 16:9 video are cut. But what you want to have is a 720x576 anamorphic video which uses all the pixels the DVD limitation allows you to have and since this anamorphic video is stretched by the player, you end up with a displayed 16:9 video which real
  8. Hello, as far as I can see, there ist still no possibility to export 16:9 videos as anamorphic mpegs, which would be vital for DVD authoring of widescreen videos. Anamorphic export should be possible following this article: http://www.nch.com.au/kb/10231.html. Maybe the anamorphic formats are available when exporting directly to DVD but since Videopad has no serious authoring capabilities, this isn't really a way to go. DVD specifications allow the following formats: - 720x576 square pixels for "normal" 4:3 videos - 720x576 anamorphic for 16:9 videos In the second case the vi
  9. Hi Einstein, thanks for notifying me on the delay. Yours Serafin
  10. Hi Einstein, c_major, any news regarding this issue? Yours Serafin
  11. Hi c_major, glad to hear you could fix it. And thank you very much for notifiying me. Yours Serafin
  12. Hi Einstein, are there any news regarding this issue? Yours Serafin
  13. Hi Einstein, thank you very much. Please keep us informed when the issue has been solved. I'd be glad to do some beta testing then. Yours Serafin
  14. Hello Einstein, that seems to be exactly the issue I'm encountering. But I never had those problems with videopad version 2 on windows xp. Could you be a bit more specific about "sometimes jumps back"? I think there has to be a reason why this happens in some circumstances under windows xp and in others doesn't happen. So it seems there is no known solution to this issue. I could provide a procmon log (windows sys internals) with all file and registry accesses during the 2 seconds between pressing play and the video actually starting to play, if this could be of any help. Yours
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