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  1. First click the chevron to the right of SAVE on the toolbar and SAVE PROJECT AS, giving it a unique # or name, so as to not overwrite earlier saves. If video is overshooting audio on the timeline, drag the right video handle to the left until it matches audio. drag_video.mp4
  2. Taken to a private message.
  3. Not seeing anything like that here. Look under OPTIONS | EDITING and toggle Hardware Acceleration, to see if that makes a difference. Best test would be for us to see your project. Upload and share it. It's easy... Here's how... http://nch.invisionzone.com/topic/23659-tips-for-getting-help-on-this-forum/ If it contains sensitive material you can link it in a personal message (PM) to me, via the envelope above. Be sure to FILE|SAVE PORTABLE PROJECT AS, not simply SAVE PROJECT, and don't forget to share it.
  4. Makes little sense. If you want to go this route consider uninstalling VLC via Control Panel | PROGRAMS AND FEATURES. Here's what you should see when launching MPC...
  5. Install ... then launch MPC directly, not by double-clicking on the AVI. Click its FILE menu, on the toolbar. Click OPEN FILE. Browse to your AVI, select it and click on OK. Click FILE again and then click PROPERTIES. VLC likely has the capability as well, but the option to display it may be hidden. Not familiar with VLC.
  6. Try this fine free player https://sourceforge.net/projects/mpcbe/ Then load your file. Click FILE menu on the toolbar, then PROPERTIES.
  7. Don't have that answer, Mike. Media info for the first file shows this... If you have MPC-HC or BE or VLC as a player, open your file to confirm. Click FILE|PROPERTIES. The result should look like the above. Then compare that with a file that doesn't have the problem. Are they the same? If you don't have one of the players, download the free Media Info tool. https://sourceforge.net/projects/mediainfo/
  8. If his Videopad version is not licensed it may have limitations after a trial period. Perhaps this is what has occurred. An alternate approach to uploading from VP directly is to export in a YouTube approved format - AVI, for example - and then use their uploader. The best solution is to purchase a license. The price is often discounted.
  9. borate

    VideoPad limits

  10. For those with a similar issue, the problem here was MUXING, which VP does not yet handle. Free demuxing utilities are available on the WEB. Replacing audio with an Mp3 that resulted from demuxing restored A/V sync. For VP export, the Mp4 default settings tested well.
  11. https://www.nchsoftware.com/videopad/versions.html It is 32-bit.
  12. If you are having problems registering, please see this form.
  13. Click the envelope at the top-right of this forum. Click the COMPOSE NEW button. In to TO field type in "borate" (no quotes). Press <enter> on the keyboard The name entered in the TO field should then appear with an X beside it. Paste the public links to the files into the body of the message.
  14. Let's take a look. It's not difficult. Just follow the steps outlined here... http://nch.invisionzone.com/topic/23659-tips-for-getting-help-on-this-forum/ If the project contains sensitive material you can link it in a personal message (PM) to me, via the envelope above. Be sure to FILE|SAVE PORTABLE PROJECT AS, not simply SAVE PROJECT, and don't forget to share it.
  15. This form, and the chat feature, should be able to resolve the registration issue. If you're presented with a stream choice, try each of them. For upload, just follow the steps in the "tips for getting help" link above... 1. Have your completed project on the timeline, as if you were about to export it. No need to actually export. 2. Click the 'hamburger' (three-lined) menu at the top-left of the window. Click FILE, then SAVE PORTABLE PROJECT AS. The result will be a folder with numbers. 3. Sign on for free to a public server, such as Microsoft's OneDrive or Google Drive and upload that folder. 4. Make the resulting link public (share it). To see that choice may require a right-click on the folder. 5. Provide that link to me in a PM. If the issue can be demonstrated with just a file or two, simply upload them in the same manner, providing a public link to each. No need to save the project.
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