Well it's a new version, allegedly. Fine, I'm sure it is but unfortunately it's not a repaired version. The problem/bugs from the previous couple of versions do not seem to have been fixed.
Specifically ( for me):
- Cropping/zooming when the image or video is under rotation - rotate an image 15 degrees and then try to crop it with "camera/zoom shot", the image returns to 0 degrees for the action. The image can be resized using size/position while still retaining the rotation.
- The editing icons still do not stay where I put them - eg. crop an image, apply magnifying glass and the icons return to cropping/ zooming which is tiresome if I want to adjust the magnifying.
- When exporting a video the green taskbar icon is solid from the beginning to end of encoding - when carrying out other computer tasks cannot see at a glance how the encoding process is continuing.
All these have been documented previously here https://www.magix.info/uk/forum/mep-patch-update-to-version-18-0-2-233--1221238/ and indeed since version 2019 came on the scene (sorry about the pun).
I will try the other documented "broken" points later but it does seem that Magix only have "development teams" (their words from the News tab). Maybe they should have a repair team to fix the things the development team break.
Or am I missing something?
ps I've just noticed that on 03/02/2019 John CB posted that the Rotation was Resolved. It was not! Had I noticed then I would have mentioned it.