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    Right side of audio disappears when I drop intro clip

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1K7H8I5jl92Dfur25R8kXjGB2ifnytOjf Here is the link to the audio for the interview. This is all it takes. I tried with just the audio...right side gets obliterated. As soon as I get rid of the intro in the sequence, the audio snaps back to normal. I am literally begging someone to help me figure this out. It's driving me insane as it seems to be an issue unique to me EDIT: Fixed. Had to export the interview as a stereo file. Thanks guys!
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    Right side of audio disappears when I drop intro clip

    Hello! I'm using version 6.10 Here is the link to the intro. Looks like a typical mp4 to me https://drive.google.com/file/d/17qKfg4E8KYtr6n8lEnH59-Ux_Ah5Ga_D/view?usp=sharing
  3. So I was editing a video interview for a client. Said client had a video intro/outro that he wanted me to add at the beginning and end of the video. I thought, "no prob." But as soon as I drop that intro/outro, the right side of the audio from the interview disappears. I tried panning right, and it just goes silent. I tried adding the intro as another track, still the rest of the interview is still left. As soon as I remove the intro, both sides of the audio are back. Soon as I put it back, BAM left side only. How in the world does this happen, and how in the world can I prevent this from happening?? Any help would be greatly appreciated
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    Why can't I move split video?

    So, I'm brand new to Videopad. I have experience with Adobe Premiere Pro and am used to that workspace, however, I think it's common sense that when you split a track, you should be able to move it wherever you like. But in Videopad, when I split a track and attempt to move it forward, it immediately snaps back to the split location. What is the point of this? Why have the option to split at all when the program simply insists on mending itself right back into position? Is there a way I can move split sections around freely? Thanks!
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