Originally Posted by ProDigit
In order to figure that out I can try to see if I see any difference between the quality of 800x600 and 775x600.
Obviously 775x600 will be more stretched looking.
It shouldn't look stretched if the original image's aspect ratio is maintained, just a bit more white margin space in lieu.
Now if PaperCrop does in fact stretch it to fit, then you would have to override this behaviour to get non-stretch/squished resulting images.
In the end, there is no right/wrong way to do this; it's a matter of personal taste/preference i.e what you like to use!
However I had preferred if someone knew by playing around with the internal software what the exact resolutions are.
Trial and error and a bit of sweat equity is always needed when charting unknown territory...