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  1. The issue is resolved as of version 7.03.
  2. Well, I exported my whole project containing the sped up clips, and everything turned out fine. But it throws me off when I oversee unwanted behavior from the software even if it's only on the preview.
  3. Oh gee, you had way more problems than I experienced!
  4. By the way, I should also point out that the clip came out properly sped up in the exported file. Maybe it's because I singled it out from the whole project that I was working on when I found this bug, but I don't wanna risk exporting it all and then have to do it over again because the bug slipped by. :/
  5. Fatal flaw with VideoPad's version 7.01. Let's say you have this clip with the In point at 10:00, and the Out point at 11:00. Then you change the clip speed to 500%. The In point should now be at 2:00, and the Out point is now at 2:12. And... that's all that happens. Changing the speed of the clip literally just shifts the In and Out points to another position inside of the same clip that's at 100% speed, but it doesn't actually CHANGE THE SPEED of the clip. On the preview, you will see a completely different part of the clip instead. I open the Speed Change dialog again, and the speed appears to be 500%, but the duration appears to have been sped up to 500% again (as if the resulting twelve seconds was sped up 500% again, thus showing "2.400"). Yeah, I don't know what that's all about, but it's really weird. I might have to go back to 7.00 until this gets fixed.
  6. Happened to me as well when I updated to 6.32
  7. I too was kinda confused about the reduced size of the setup file. It was a little over 5 MB for how many years?
  8. I'm not using Sticky Keys. Had it turned off for years actually.
  9. While I'm editing a text clip, I encounter this annoying bug where if you try to type an R into the text, instead the program brings up the Register VideoPad window. Eventually it lets me type the R into the text clip, but I don't know why it happens. I looked in the "File" menu, and the Register Software item doesn't even display a keyboard shortcut, so it's pretty weird.
  10. Ivan187

    Stereo audio

    Maybe you got used to editing on Sony Vegas, which is an editing software that allows for editing both audio channels independently. It would be cool if VideoPad could do it too, though. xD
  11. I didn't say that. I'm just wondering why that version of the software is pretty popular among users even today. Of course I'm still gonna have the latest version, always. I never said I actually started using 2.41. ?
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