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    Customise Aspect Ratio (Stretch Video)

    Previously requested.

    Please bring back the ability to stretch video in Ripper and Converter modules by adjusting the Aspect Ratio, as it was in DVDFab10, to enable move on to DVDFab11.

    This function is currently only available in DVDFab10 or previous.

    #2
    Incorrect, it is still there. Use the icon that looks like a pair of scissors. I will add some captures.
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      #3
      Thanks Signals

      I don't seem to have a 'pair of scissors'. I've looked at the crop options and other functions but cannot see any way to customise the aspect ratio so that the video is stretched. In DVDFab10 there is a slider.

      The problem is that after cropping the black bars simply become wider.

      Shortly after the release of DVDFab11 I raised this with Support who advised it was no longer possible to stretch the video. They suggested continuing to use DVDFab10.

      It has now been some time since the release of DVDFab11 and I am still using DVDFab10 to stretch the video. At some point I will need to move on.

      If, as you suggest, there is a way to stretch video in DVDFab11 then please let me know the steps required.

      Thanks

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        #4
        Traveller, I sorry to tell you I am incorrect on this one!! This was an occasionally useful feature that I used several times to repair DVDs that were authored with slightly stretched or squashed images, but it is currently not possible. I am in contact with the Beijing staff every day and will raise this issue with them to see if we can get it back. It has been at least a year since I used it and maybe longer, so....I plead a brain cells issue.

        Using an older version is a workaround that may not work for all current discs due to the missing updates.
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          #5
          Thanks Signals. Sorry for my delayed response, I've been away for a week or so.

          As suggested by the Support staff I've been using DVDFab10 as a workaround, but sadly the time will come when DVDFab10 will become outdated and not work.

          Any assistance to get the Customised Aspect Ratio (Stretch) function into DVDFab11 and future versions (Ripper & Converter modules) would be much appreciated.

          Regards

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            #6
            Hi

            Has there been any progress in attempting to have Customize Aspect Ratio function added in the DVDFab 11 Ripper and Conversion modules, similar to the functionality available in DVDFab 10?

            It would avoid having to rip more recent discs with DVDFab 11 and then customize Aspect Ratio in DVDFab 10.

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              #7
              Hi

              I just received an email advising that the 11.0.9.9 is the best of recent updates. Well, it probably might be if I was able to use it.

              Without the 'Customise Aspect Ratio' function DVDFab 11 is of no use, at least to me. I'm stuck with DVDFab 10.

              No reason has been provided as to why the Customise Aspect Ratio function was dropped in DVDFab 11, so I can only assume the team determined there were insufficient users that would use the function.

              Ripping in DVDFab11 and then Converting with DVDFab10 is not a good option.

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                #8
                Hi

                The Customize Aspect Ratio function (slider that enabled the video to be stretched) that was removed with the release of DVDFab11, and also missing in DVDFab12, has not been re-instated.

                I guess I'm the only user that finds the Customize Aspect Ratio function useful.

                Looks like it's a lifetime of DVDFab10 at least for me.

                I'm amazed that no other users miss this useful function.

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                  #9
                  As noted almost a year ago, I used it occasionally with old DVDs that were poorly transferred but not otherwise. I have no idea why it was removed but suspect some change in the Ripper engine would not support it. I will check again.
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                    #10
                    Tks Signals, much appreciated.

                    Apologies for the delayed response...I've been away over the holiday season.

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