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  1. If you know how to use an image editing software (e.g. GIMP), you can draw the shape on an image with transparent background. Save the image in PNG format and import it into VideoPad. The transparency will be retained so it can be used as an overlay clip.
  2. Hi Nat, An external image editor can be used to create simple drawings that can be used in VideoPad. We can import images with transparent background as an overlaying clip. We have another product (Express Animate) which is designed to animate drawings. We are working on the integration between VideoPad and Express Animate. Users can create animated drawings from Express Animate and import them to VideoPad as overlay clips - via PNG image sequence or APNG video file format. Best regards,
  3. @andyaUK. Glad we have the problem resolved!
  4. @andyaUK I saw your screen shot on DropBox. I also tried the project file. It looks like something to do with your display driver. Not only the video, the GUI seems messed up too. We are investigating and try to reproduce the issue. Could you tell us what kind of video card are you using? Could you please also try: Export the video see if it has the same problem as the preview Update the display driver
  5. Hi Nat, Non-linear speed change is on our to-do list. We haven't decided yet but it seems it should be a separated UI for it since the keyframe editor for FX doesn't work well for speed changes.
  6. Hi @jons511 The issue you mentioned has been fixed in the latest version.
  7. Hi @sledge98 Which version of VideoPad are you using? Windows or Mac?
  8. Hi @Anthonny VideoPad handles srt files with Unicode encoding. Please try save the srt files as Unicode (Windows Notepad can do so).
  9. Hi @rasberrytea I've send you my email address via PM. Could you please email the screenshots to me and I'll put them on the forum?
  10. Hi @jurrien This is a discussion for old versions. Are you using an older version? If so please try the latest release(v5.03) and let us know if you still have the problem.
  11. Hi, Which codec are you using? Have you tried change encoder settings when export? For example, there is a quality slider in H264 encoder settings. Please keep in mind that video compression are lossy. The higher the quality the bigger the output file.
  12. @fredgolightly Yes, our support team will send you a free upgrade for the next release to try out our new changes on lossless mp4 exporting.
  13. Please try: In C:\Program Files (x86)\NCH Software\Components find a folder called ffmpeg23. There should be 5 files in the folder. Manually create C:\Users\[User Name]\AppData\Roaming\NCH Software\Components Copy the folder ffmpeg23 to C:\Users\[User Name]\AppData\Roaming\NCH Software\Components Try import video see how it goes
  14. Are you logged on as administrator?
  15. Please try manually delete these folders and import videos again: C:\Program Files (x86)\NCH Software\Components C:\Users\[User Name]\AppData\Roaming\NCH Software\Components Make sure the internet is available. VideoPad will try to download all the missing components automatically.