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  1. Hi Nat, My example had both audio clips unlinked; yours had only the second. Either scenario, audio sync is restored. The two-track overlap route you suggest is a good approach. Perhaps it's best to avoid the problem entirely by specifying FREEZE, instead of overlap, when making the video trans.😉 That's normally fine on short transitions.
  2. Nice approach, Nat. But you may have omitted one step... 3. Split the Audio track. 4. Use the >|| button to step the red cursor line to the end of the blue transition marker (right end of the blue bar) 5. Again split the Audio track. 6. Delete the section of the audio track you have split off 7. Right-click|CLOSE GAP The result is that the audio track that corresponds to the position and length of the video transition marker is deleted.
  3. If 7.11 is doing the job the by all means stick with it! No need to revert. No doubt the issue will be corrected in upcoming versions.
  4. With the PDF on screen in a browser press <ctrl-F>. That will bring up a FIND search box. Or download the file. Your PDF reader should provide a search field. If audio and video are linked, as with most clips, they should track. They do here. If A/V are not linked, use the FREEZE option for transitions. Click OPTIONS|EDITING tab and set the Video Clip Transitioning field to either ASK or GENERATE FREEZE FRAMES. If OVERLAP is used, sync problems may result. Use the latest version of VP. Keep in mind that, for licensed users, upgrades are free for up to six months. After that, VP will continue to fully function but a fee will be required in order to register the newest.
  5. Assuming that your IPhone audio is not linked to the video clips it should remain totally undisturbed, especially if its track is locked. Video clip transitioning should not change the length of the production if the FREEZE option is chosen. It will if OVERLAP is your choice. Use the latest version to build the project. Share it, and someone will test it. Here's how... http://nch.invisionzone.com/topic/23659-tips-for-getting-help-on-this-forum/ Be sure to FILE|SAVE as a PORTABLE project, not simply as a project. Zip the result, upload it and share the link here or in a personal message (PM).
  6. Hi Nat, Try the fades on an OVERLAY, not the main track, and see what you get.
  7. Reported once again. While it is being addressed, go the TRANSITION effects route, as suggested earlier. Click the Select Preset chevron, choose Fade IN and OUT, then drag the dots (keyframes) to achieve the desired fade duration. Click the blue icon squiggly line if the graph isn't visible.
  8. What home version of VP is in use? The latest is here. The best way to sleuth the issue is to share it - either with a link here or in a private message to me or a developer (PM) via the mail icon at the top-right of this forum. Here's how... http://nch.invisionzone.com/topic/23659-tips-for-getting-help-on-this-forum/ Be sure to FILE|SAVE AS a PORTABLE PROJECT, not a project file. Zip the result, upload it, share it and post the shared link.
  9. 7.23 is the latest Windows version. Save your old installer, in case you do not want to pay to license the upgrade. It is normally found in this path... "C:\Program Files (x86)\NCH Software\VideoPad"
  10. Latest version is 7.23... https://www.nchsoftware.com/videopad/versions.html For licensed users upgrades are free for up to six months. After that, VP will continue to fully function but a fee will be required in order to register the newest. If you prefer to stick with 6.26, Clear Unused Cache Files, under OPTIONS|DISK tab. If that doesn't help try an UNinstall, then reinstall. Look here... https://www.nchsoftware.com/videopad/kb/1772.html To see if something in the project itself is causing the fault, share it. Here's how... http://nch.invisionzone.com/topic/23659-tips-for-getting-help-on-this-forum/ Be sure to save it as a PORTABLE project, then zip it, upload and share the link here. Someone will check it out.
  11. File a request and/or bug report. Click at the top-right of the VP interface.
  12. Typing #s is good too. Many ways to accomplish the task. The HELP here reads "Scales (stretches or squashes) the video frame horizontally, vertically or both." In the effects preview window one of the square handle is for vertical scaling, another for horizontal, the third for both. Mouse-over to see which is which.
  13. There's no need for an 'apply' button. What you see, whether using the handles in the PV window or the sliders, is what you get. Expect some jerkiness either way, as VP recalculates. Move the mouse in small increments.
  14. Click on OPTIONS|EDITING tab and in the Video Transition field choose ASK ME. Also check the Apply Sound Crossfade with Video box. Then, when you choose a transition it will prompt to use either a freeze frame or to overlap, dependent upon the nature of the clips - whether they have excess head or tail video to cover the transition. Experiment with both settings. Overlap may cause the out-of-sync issue as video will be shortened. The audio track can also be locked via the 'lock' icon at the left of its track, so it won't be affected when UNlinked video is edited.
  15. Can't say, Keith, having little experience with multi-stabilized videos. Someone more knowledgeable may chip in here. Perhaps another query to NCH will lend perspective? A brief test on a single clip in another NLE didn't impress - time or quality wise. As for specs: faster is usually better as video editing is resource intensive. A gaming-type machine - I7 late gen, 16+gigs of ram and a mid-to-high end video card won't hurt (except your pocketbook).^_^
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