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    M Sas commented  · 

    I'm getting the same behaviour on Windows, updated to 2022 because we were promised that it would fix the bugs that crash the software.

    Have sent a half-dozen bug reports about this in the past week to no response. Beats me how they can let out such a half baked update.

    What I've noticed is that you get it less if you don't have the sequence open and if you don't use the shortcut and go through the menu like a cave person. File>Export>Media

    That being said I'm writing this now because it's hard to overwrite muscle memory and I've just pressed Ctrl-M by mistake.

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    M Sas commented  · 

    I absolutely adore the responses I'm seeing on this thread, you guys make me feel less alone in my despair.

    I have 32 variable aspect ratio exports that I need to make in the next 24 hours so I can make rent this month and this problem still has not been fixed. Should I tell my clients and my landlord that Adobe is working "really hard" on it and I'll get them what they need as soon as that happens?

    Imagine the kind of outcry we would see if builders would be forced to "license" a hammer for a monthly fee with the promise that it's the last hammer they'll ever need. Then imagine having issues with those hammers literally breaking when trying to put in square nails.

    Imagine that after more than a year ACME would come back to said builders and offer them a still under testing "beta" hammer that "should" address the issue.

    Imagine if that solution ends up not working and at the same time making the use of previous versions of the hammer/nails incompatible.

    Would you trust a beta version of a hammer with your livelihood when the production version is so broken?

    Now imagine that there are only 4 major hammer manufacturers in the world:
    One is hardware locked to unfriendly overpriced hardware
    One works fine but is not accepted as a hammer on most building sites as it's a combination hammer and crowbar
    One is THE hammer if you plan to hammer like it's 1995 and have two assistants to line up the nails for you just right.
    The last one is made by people who just don't seem to care how usable their software is as long as we pony up the monthly fee.

    It looks like I'll have to finish my work in Resolve FREE but after I might make a short about these 4 hammer companies and cut it on Windows Movie Maker as at least I expect it to be unreliable.

    Do any of you know a good attorney? Are there grounds for a class-action lawsuit for loss of revenue/ unnecessary stress upon the consumer?

    (Probably not because of the EULA being written by far better lawyers than the coders seem to be)

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    M Sas commented  · 

    How is it still not fixed?

    There's FREE software out there that has no issues with whatever sequence settings I give it but God forbid the software I NEED to use every day actually work.

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