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  1. rozmazz

    Tough to diagnose from afar. If the project is a small one please click FILE|SAVE PORTABLE PROJECT and upload the results to DropBox, Google Drive, MS OneDrive or the like. Make the file public and link it here. Someone will check it out.
  2. Preview buffers even on 360p on powerful computer

    If practical, click FILE|SAVE PORTABLE PROJECT, zip the results and upload to DropBox, Google Drive, MS OneDrive or the like. Make it public and link it here. Someone will try to duplicate the problem.
  3. Unsmooth between Video Clips

    Not certain this answers your query, but there are two arrows under the preview window ||< and >|| that will snap to the beginning or end of a clip. As to smoothness of presentation, check this out.
  4. Remove sound

    Under the preview window, click the chevron to the right of the SPLIT button. A drop-down menu appears. Click the audio channel to be split.
  5. Are you attempting to isolate a portion of a clip, using the red [ and blue ] brackets at the ends of the preview window time line? If so, first click on the clip in the media window (upper left). Then move the scrubber (red line) to where the clip is to begin. Click the START button. Move the scrubber to the spot where the clip is to end and click the END button. Now use the green arrow that's in the tool bar just above the media files to place the clip. Click the chevron to the right of the arrow to see the options. Follow this procedure every time another section of the same clip is to be utilized.
  6. Video but no audio whatsoever

    This thread is two years old, so it's best to start anew. But since we're here, please upload your file to Dropbox, Google Drive, MS OneDrive or the like and share the link publicly here. Someone will check it out for you.
  7. Building Preview.. Something's not right

    The high bit rate of the GoPro files appears to be the culprit. When reduced, preview stalls from time to time, but no buffering. Compare the reduced bit rate GoPro file details with the originals. The exported mp4 at 1920 X 1080 with default settings was smooth. Here is the revised project. 1.2 GB so give it time. A related FAQ from NCH.
  8. Building Preview.. Something's not right

    Click FILE|SAVE PORTABLE PROJECT and upload the results, please, to DropBox, Google Drive, MS OneDrive or the like. Make the link/s public and post here. Someone will check it out. In the interim, try a lower preview resolution. Right-click in the PV window. Also try toggling the hardware-accelerated video box, under OPTIONS|EDITING.
  9. White 'frames', any ideas?

    Upload the png to DropBox, Google Drive, MS OneDrive or the like and link it publicly here. Someone will check it out.
  10. White 'frames', any ideas?

    If this was a transparent PNG, with alpha channel - an image with a checkerboard behind it - the key (overlay) should be clean, as in this example. An alternative would be an image that's in front of a green screen, to chroma key over a background using the GREEN SCREEN effect.
  11. Lines in Videos

    Rendered your project and exported it as an mp4, using default values and auto-detect resolution. Plays cleanly, no lines.(click)
  12. how to deal with FRAME RATE?

    Though not exact, try the 24 frame rate. On export, you will note that this is the maximum rate, unless the CONSTANT FRAME RATE box is checked.
  13. Lines in Videos

    Not seeing lines here. A 2048 x 1536 jpg was the background for your png insert, saved in a number of high-def still formats and as a video mp4, in VP 5.11. This is a 1920 x 1080. Please upload your background image and state precisely the scale and positioning parameters that you used.
  14. Lines in Videos

    Link brings up a single image - no lines. Where's pic #2?
  15. Split Track Icon in timeline

    Click in the area where it reads "Drag and drop your video, text and image clips here to overlay" and the split icon won't block the timeline.
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