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  1. Videopad supports some VST plug ins. Here's how, as stated in the HELP file... VST Plugins This feature allows you to use Virtual Studio Technology (VST) DLL plugins to apply effects to the audio you are working with in VideoPad. To use this feature, select Audio Effects menu -> VST Plugins, and in the window that appears, you can browse for the directory on your computer that contains VST plugins - note that the plugins must be DLL files! Once you have specified a directory name, you should see a list of VST plugin names appear in a list in the window. Press the "Refresh" button, if you don't see your desired plugin in the list, but it is in the selected folder. Next, click the "OK" button to see the selected VST plugin effect window.
  2. The Levalator may not be necessary if all VP audio ciips are normalized. To easily test that... Select all the clips with <ctrl-A>. Click the fx button on any audio clip. Click the large green + sign and choose NORMALIZE. Click the fourth button from the left on the effects toolbar, the one whose pop up reads Replace Effect Chain in Other Selected Clips. If you still desire an external app, export the project. Then open with WavePad, which will prompt if you want to continue as an audio file. Answer yes to discard the video. Once that's done, either tweak the audio with WP or SAVE AS in the format of your choice, which can then be passed along to other apps.
  3. What VP version is being used? Try the latest. 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. Don't forget to save your project and retain your installer and code if you purchased VP. If you share your work, someone will check it out and find the answer. It's easy. Just follow the steps here... 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. By all means, if a portion of the project that demonstrates the slowdown can be isolated and saved as a PORTABLE project, please submit it. There's always room to isolate a clip. Select all clips to the right of the one to be isolated. (Click the first and hold <shift> while clicking the last.) Right-click any one in the group and GROUP SELECTED CLIPS. When dragged right, all selected clips will move right, leaving a gap at the left. Right-click the first of the group and REMOVE CLIP FROM GROUP. Drag the group right. The isolated clip's handle then can be dragged from right-to-left with no snap. Group.mp4 Testing the latest beta here, selecting several clips and dragging them to the left (no <alt>) leaves a gap. Either handle on an isolated clip can be dragged without <alt>. Record_2019_12_09_17_06_27_393.mp4
  5. Select all the clips, Nat. Then drag right and nothing will be truncated. Record_2019_12_08_18_07_58_630.mp4
  6. Confirmed. That needs to be fixed and has been reported. We may disagree there, but your suggestion has been forwarded. First detaching the following clip (drag right) overcomes this, though it does add extra steps. Some very lengthy projects have been run here without delays. Does the caching drive (OPTIONS|DISK tab|Cache Folder) have ample free space? Toggle Hardware Acceleration, under OPTIONS|EDITING. The way to definitively get to the bottom of this issue is to test your project here. Please upload it, per the "Tips for getting help..." post at the top of this forum. The link can be sent to me privately via the envelope at the top-right of the window and won't be shared with anyone except the developers, if necessary. Tried a right-click on the audio track, then unchecking SHOW BEAT LINES ON WAVEFORM? If this fails to vanquish them file a bug report by clicking the chevron at the top-right of the VP window. If the buttons aren't there right-click|LOCK TRACK . For testing and marketing purposes (especially in beta), different builds with slight variations are offered. The version # doesn't reveal this. If you reinstall, the lock icons may appear. It can take several attempts. No need to re-download. Strikes me as a good feature, but might be improved if the 'gadget' blanked out after a few seconds instead of remaining on the scrubber line.
  7. A report has been filed outlining the 'overlay' issue Nat refers to above, if track two has been locked ... and even subsequently unlocked. To overcome this with audio unlocked, drag the insert clip from the bin to the desired joint on the sequence. When the arrows appear, drop it. Then close the audio track gaps.
  8. Grouping doesn't appear to be the issue. Leave all audio unlocked, make your insert, then right-click in any audio track gaps and CLOSE GAP. If the insert overlays (new track) when using a right-click|PLACE ON SEQUENCE AT CURSOR, instead drag the clip from the bin to the video track. When the arrows line up with the desired clip joint, let go of the mouse button.
  9. Suggest that you export at the suggested Smart Max setting, where the result should closely match the source frame rate. Or manually set the rate to match - from the drop-down list. In VP you can right-click on the clip, then PROPERTIES and click the SHOW button. Then right-click on the file, click PROPERTIES and the Details tab. Nat's suggestion, below, would save clicks.
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    exporting issues

    Checked with Google support? You can also file a Videopad bug report by clicking the chevron at the top-right of the VP window. As an alternative to a direct VP upload, export the project in a YouTube compatible format and use their uploader. If that doesn't work, it's surely their problem.
  11. Appears now to be saving correctly in the current 7.51 version.
  12. When VP cannot locate a file, because it has been renamed or moved, it prompts to resolve it. Click the prompt, find the revised file and double-click it. Then re-save the project. It's possible that you were trying to load an earlier save of your work, before you renamed the file??
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    jolship

    Experiment with applying an A/R (aspect ratio) effect to the clip or clips. Or try similar export A/R choices. Crop and Zoom may do what you want. To see exactly what you're working with, please share the project. Then someone can offer specifics. 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.
  14. borate

    jolship

    Use the TRANSPARENCY effect, applied to the overlay (higher) track. Click the fx button on the clip in the sequence. Then click the large green + sign to see the effect list.
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