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  1. bassman

    Problem adjusting text fade-out speed

    Wow... I had no idea this is possible. I have worked extensively with multi-track audio, so dragging and reshaping fader/envelope lines is a familiar process. Thanks to JimmyRustle, borate, and Nationalsolo for your quick replies!
  2. Hey all.... Just trying to figure out a problem with a text transition. Once a text block is inserted it is easy enough to zoom in on it enough such that the transition icons show at each end of the clip, and can be clicked to open the transitions window. Once the text fade-in and fade-out are set, I can adjust them further by pulling the edge of the black transition bars along the top edge of each end of the text clip. However, on the text fade-out, even if I pull the bar longer (to the left, in other words) so that the fade-out starts sooner, and with the goal of making the fade-out last longer (slower), what happens is that the fade-out does in fact start at the left edge of the adjusted fade-out bar, but the text disappears just as quickly, long before the cursor has passed through the end of the fade bar. Adjusting the value manually in the transition window does not help. What's the trick on this one? Thanks in advance!
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    Playback setting for loop or return-to-start?

    Thanks, borate and Nat. I am familiar enough with program basics to understand what you mean. Great tips. Very much appreciated!
  4. Hey everyone, VideoPad newbie here. I have the basics figured out and like the program so far. I have been needing to learn video editing for posting performance videos. Question: Relating to playback, I am accustomed to the functionality of my audio editor workspace (not NCH software), which allows for the cursor to automatically return to the previous start position when stopping playback. This is very useful for hearing short audio sections repeatedly, without having to manually relocate the cursor each time. Is there a similar setting in VideoPad, such that when I stop playback, the cursor will return to the previous start position? In other words, so Stop doesn't function like a Pause button? Yes, I can click the timeline to pop the cursor back, but finding the *exact* start point of the previous playback start point is time consuming. This is critical to carefully examine video-audio sync. Barring that possibility, is there a way to choose a clip range to loop for playback? Thanks in advance.
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