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I never had such an issue. Could you record a video shows the problem, what are you doing and ML settings, then upload it on Youtube?

Hi Bilal, thank you for your response.

I am sorry, I was testing a little bit more and while I was recording a short video of my settings to show you, I just realised I might have misuderstood how these 1x3 crops were supposed to be used. I was using the 4.3K 1x3 setting in crop_rec and seems like this preset is meant to record 4.3K in 2.35:1 aspect ratio (AR) only, giving me a "final" un-stretched resolution of 4320x1836, right? I was incorrectly trying to use this preset to record in different "less wide" ARs, like 1.85:1 or 2.00:1 (and of course you can't get more vertical pixels in there, but I was expecting it would crop it somehow repesctively to the AR I selected in the RAW video option). Since it is not possible it then reverts the live-view to the correct 2.35:1 AR for use with that preset. When I said that if I reboot the camera the correct AR would then display (1.85:1 for example), it actually is displaying the resolution as it would with crop_rec turned off and using mlv_lite only (3x3 with max height resolution of 1736 px in any AR). I guess what I should do is use your 4K 1x3 preset for 2.00:1 videos and UHD 1x3 with a bit of cropping for 1.85:1. If I want to record with a custom AR (lets say 1.70:1), in a resolution higher than ~2K, is best to play around with crop_new and try out different settings, right?

Thank you once again, I don't know if this made any sense xD

Hi. I'm sorry if this topic has already been discussed, but I have a question... First of all, thank you Bilal and all other users for the work you have been doing with these experimental builds. My question is with regards to the raw video live-view and the displayed aspect ratio (AR) using the latest 700D build. I like to use "Crop mode" (the normal version, not V2) and "RAW video"; the camera does not display the correct AR I selected and this happens with any crop preset I use. The only solution is to choose my settings and then restart the camera. It then will show the correct AR setting once booted, but it defaults to an incorrect view right after recording and I have to keep restarting inbetween every shoot. Is this a common "issue"? I have tried changing the Preview option to "Framing" but it always defaults to "Real-time".

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