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  1. Wait ... where do the terms of service say that? When I installed the software in the first instance, it didn't say anything about a duration. EDIT: See, right here: It says "Lifetime License:" https://secure.nch.com.au/cgi-bin/register.exe?software=videopad
  2. Downloading that version cost me my license! This was only for the non-commercial use! Now I have to pay for a new license!
  3. When the project is currently exporting, I can understand it taking up 100% of my processor. But as of Version 7.05, VideoPad takes up 100% of my processor even when it's idle. I don't even have to actually be making any edits! I can simply switch to firefox to check something, and my pointer on-screen is slow to respond to my mouse movements! Upon switching to my task manager, I find that the problem is that my processor is maxed out at 100%! I have an AMD FX-8350, the most powerful processor my motherboard can take! So I am not short on CPU horsepower. This is just unacceptable. Please tell me you have plans to fix this!
  4. I just upgraded to version 7.05. However, there's a big problem with this version that I've noticed almost immediately: When I take a snapshot of an image that already some transparency to it (e.g. by me applying a green screen effect), the transparency does not carry over to the snapshot. Instead, the background where the transparency is supposed to be is instead just black. If we want the background to be black, we can simply place a black blank rectangle behind the transparent image! Taking this feature out doesn't add anything, but it does make image & thumbnail creation more complicated. Please put that feature back in the next version! Or at the very least, give me an option in the settings to keep the transparency in a snapshot! EDIT: I'm also not a fan of the fact that, when I press Ctrl+T to add some text to the clip, it automatically has the words "title text" entered into it. I'm just going to replace that text with something else anyway, so all that does is add a superfluous step where I have to delete the default text before I can begin typing the message I want. The old system of it simply being blank by default worked perfectly.
  5. You're accusing me of lying to you? You shouldn't need my specific file. I get this problem with any file that has multiple audio tracks.
  6. When I record raw footage using OBS studio, I usually record my headphones and microphone on separate audio tracks so I can edit them independently. I'm currently using version 7.03 of NCH VideoPad, and when I load a raw recording into a project, it automatically detects when it's a multiple audio track file and asks which audio track I want to load into the project. However, no matter which track I select, it always loads track 1 into the project. Reverting to version 6.32 fixes this problem.
  7. I'm using version 6.30 right now. I reverted back to that version after I encountered a bug in Version 6.32 that I wasn't able to get help with on this board. The option to export all sequences is greyed out. I can't select it. https://i.postimg.cc/sDF2pL9S/NCH-Troubleshooting-1.png Any suggestions?
  8. I noticed that VideoPad has a compression audio effect. https://i.postimg.cc/qvcqC1D5/Compressor.png Can you just teach me how to get the effect I want using that instead? How do I set the maximum decibel level, and how so I set the minimum decibel level?
  9. I'm not seeing any option for a compression effect. https://i.postimg.cc/tTgrjmsV/WaveOad.png Where is it?
  10. But I would have to purchase another license key to do that, wouldn't I?
  11. So VideoPad doesn't have these effects? I can see Compression in VideoPad. But I can't seem to figure out how to make it work like I want it.
  12. When I'm choosing background music to use in my videos, the songs will often have varying levels of amplitude. However, I need my background music to be relatively stable throughout video. I don't want the music so loud that it overshadows my voice or sound effects, but I also don't want the low points in the music to be so soft that the audience can't hear the music at all. Is there a way for me to reduce the maximum amplitude of my audio track to a certain maximum decibel level without affecting any audio that was already beneath that decibel level to begin with? Also, is there a way for me to do the opposite? To amplify portions of the audio track that are below a certain minimum decibel range, to bring them up to the minimum, without touching any audio that's already above that decibel level to begin with? Perhaps I could put those two effects together to ensure that my audio tracks are always within a certain decibel range.
  13. In previous versions of VideoPad, I had an option of taking a snapshot at some point in my video and saving it as a still image. That option seems to have been taken out. I can still press the F11 key to take a snapshot, but I cannot choose the resolution for the snapshot anymore because the actual menu for it is gone. Is it really gone, or did you just move it? If it is truly gone, can you please put it back in a future version? I liked having the snapshot ability. It made it easy for me to get thumbnails for my youtube videos without having to switch apps!
  14. Whenever I save an audio clip as a new file, it always exports at a rate of 1,536kb/s. This is astronomically huge, considering that, when exporting a video clip, the audio portion of that clip can only export at a maximum of 320kb/s. It seems that the most HDD-efficient means of saving an audio-only clip is to export it as a video with a black screen with a resolution of 176x144. Is there any menu that lets me select the bitrate when I save an audio clip as a new file?
  15. So let's say I'm editing some audio using VideoPad. At the audio track's loudest point, the audio is simply too loud. I could simply reduce the volume of the audio, but that would reduce the volume of all sounds coming from that track. Some sounds may be reduced to such a point that it isn't loud enough. I'm looking for a type of audio effect whereby I set either a decibal level or a percentage as my "threshold." Any audio that is louder than this threshold would be reduced down to that theshold. Not eliminated altogether, but reduced down to that thresshold. However, sounds in the audio track that are at the thresshold or below it would not be de-amplified at all. Does NCH have such an audio effect I can apply?
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