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    Restoring the ability to save MP3 files

    I do not understand why the new build version 7-1 removed the ability to simultaneously save files in MP3 format (however, a better solution would be WAV 48 kHz 16-bit) and now we need to use a file converter. It's a waste of time.

    To use the sound from the movie, we must have an application to read it and save the sound in the format we need. Until now, the sound file, which was not large (other than it is with a video file), we could immediately send for editing by the sound engineer. And now we need to convert it before editing the movie by another employee in another place. It's uneconomical. What was the reason for removing this functionality?

    Please, restore this option in the next update. Thank you very much.
    Greetings, Arek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arekp View Post
    I do not understand why the new build version 7-1 removed the ability to simultaneously save files in MP3 format (however, a better solution would be WAV 48 kHz 16-bit) and now we need to use a file converter. It's a waste of time.

    To use the sound from the movie, we must have an application to read it and save the sound in the format we need. Until now, the sound file, which was not large (other than it is with a video file), we could immediately send for editing by the sound engineer. And now we need to convert it before editing the movie by another employee in another place. It's uneconomical. What was the reason for removing this functionality?

    Please, restore this option in the next update. Thank you very much.
    +1 for this

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