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  1. Alexander, the web site you use (ibb.co) is trying to insert some adware scripts, which are automatically blocked by the antivirus program as malware script content (object https://cdn.siteswitchcontent.com/js/push/subscribe.js?v=1.1.0). You may use other web site, for example Google drive. Try to install antivirus software on your computer, for example Kaspersky Free. Regarding the Russian cyrillic issue - there is no problem to use cyrillic text however not all the fonts suppport cyrillic text. You may use Arial, Calibri, Times New Roman, etc with cyrillic text, however for example, my favorite font Lucida Calligraphy has no cyrillic support. Latest Videopad versions also have reduced some available previously fonts and font Lucida Calligraphy is not available anymore. Please use Videopad available fonts with cyrillic support.
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    Italiangen, Here is another good example how to place the presenter screen (1st camera), PowerPoint presentation screen (second camera) and a background display picture from the event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UQSscXEPjQ
  3. Shady, Just go for a more recent laptop. It is important to be quiet because when exporting Videopad is using 100% CPU. Videopad is not using GPU for export however sooner or later you may need to edit/watch 4K video and you would need a better graphics card. Nvidia is not better than AMD Radeon - you may checkup the benchmark list at https://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu_list.php You may range them by G3D Mark (first column). For example your Radeon HD 7570M from 2012 is pretty old with G3D Mark of 611 https://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu.php?gpu=Radeon+HD+7570M&id=307  Any of the recent mobile AMD chips would do a good job https://www.amd.com/en/graphics/radeon-rx-graphics For example Radeon RX 560 (4GB) https://www.amd.com/en/products/graphics/radeon-rx-560 has more than 67 fps performance at all the videogames there and G3D Mark of 4,390 https://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu.php?gpu=Radeon+RX+560&id=3708 You may also checkup different laptops and their processor/graphics fps performance at: https://www.notebookcheck.net/Notebookcheck-s-Top-10-Budget-Multimedia-Notebooks.281362.0.html
  4. Hi Gérard, You may do that in the following way: Change the default duration of the still images duration at Options --> Media tab. Go to the Images tab and all the sellected previously images have green mark. Open the file manager folder where are these images and select all the marked VideoPad still images. Create a new folder in the VideoPad Images tab, for example ZZZ. Then from the file folder with selected images drag&drop all the selected files/images from the file folder to the VideoPad ZZZ folder. The new drag&drop images in the ZZZ would have the new modified duration. Create a new Timeline sequence and drag&drop there the new folder ZZZ. If necessary you may change the images order manually.
  5. 2001, SInce the TV/computer/ display video format is normally 9x16, old video formats will always appear with black vertical bands from both sides - we know that from old TV movies. Anyway you may try the Zoom Effect - normally we use after stabilizing the video clip and some black lines appearing from left/right/upper/down side. Just apply the necessary cutting procent from the side with such black lines - X1/X2/Y1/Y2 and specify the format used (16:9, or 4:3) and click at Maintain AR. Then the result zoom will avoid these lines from the stabilized video. Here is a simple demo: https://youtu.be/3ByrusK7jaw Squirrel https://youtu.be/hCFMCzDfBBI Squirrel zoom demo
  6. Just export in Videopad like a video file in youtube format (720p, 1080p, 4K), then review the video and finally upload the video file to youtube via a browser. Anyway, you always would need to preview your video before upload to youtube. Many times you would need to make small changes before the final upload.
  7. No idea then, BobbyG. My 10 years old (2008) Western Digital WD TV HD MEDIA PLAYER WDAVP00BE (PAL version) has no problems to play both these PAL and NTSC mp4 files.
  8. BobbyG, Your original file has 1920x1080 59.94 fps, your avi file has format 1280x720 frame rate 29.97, however your mp4 file has format 1280x720 frame rate 30.30 (which is not standard frame rate). Just use correct video standards values like export format Youtube 1080p or 720p and 29.97 [TV NTSC] in case your player supports NTSC standard.
  9. Nate, The second clip you are referring to is not yet cached after applied effects (the green line is not applied there yet). Therefore you can not see yet the second clip view with the applied effects at the timeline. You may apply effects to the original clips (clip by clip) - the green line would appear faster and the expected results may be viewed (played) faster. You may also export the video in order to see the result in higher quality.
  10. Hi Senior, Here is the requested new version of the song from original youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Z9xWqSWNtY&t=23m48s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_W215kzecfs The original video was a little dark and it was improved a little using Videopad (the clip from Borate was 1280x720). It seems interesting that the camcorder used here is SONY HDR-XR520VE (with 240GB internal HDD). It has only 4X stabilization. My first camcorder Sony HDR-SR12E with 120GB internal HDD from 2008 was similar to this one. There is a second version of the same original youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKY7xMAALt8&t=23m40s The camcorder used there is SONY FDR-AX100 Ultra HD - the latest Sony 4K camcorder with 1" sensor and Optical SteadyShot Image Stabilization (probably around 13X stabilization) - it may be seen at the first video from the right side. Nevertheless the second video is much worse that the first one, very very strange. Here is a little improved version of this second video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gr3RTZpcI7c
  11. Joe, You second video has different frame rate 24.98 fps. All the others parts are standard 25.00 fps PAL. Probably that caused a problem in exporting of your video file. At Videopad you may need to specify Export Video File at Custom format Youtube 2560 x 1440 25.00FPS MP4 and it should work properly. Here is your result export file 1+2+3+4: (unlisted video): https://youtu.be/DyQC-_8ssuY You may also download from this link and upload at your channel using https://www.apowersoft.com/online-video-downloader (in web browser other than Chrome).
  12. Elementary, my dear Watson... Just open WindowsTask Manager and set the priority of Videopad process(es) to Low (tab Details in Windows 10). The CPU will be 100%, however the Videopad processes will be performed at lower priority and you will be able to do normally everything else on the same computer. It would be nice if the process x264enc7.exe would be able to use the GPU engine, then the Export video file process would be much faster. At the latest Videopad versions there was added Options -> Editing -> Use accelerated Video effects, however it does not use GPU engine at exporting the video file.
  13. Kristin, The VideoPad is automatically installed at folder C:\Program Files (x86)\NCH Software and the size is pretty small (less than 20 MB). For all used media&cache files you may choose your favorite disk locations from Menu => Tools => Options => Disk That is all you need to change.
  14. As we may understand this video is from Panasonic first NV-3085/WV-3085 EIAJ portapack VTR Portable Video System. This is an early 1/2-inch color video camera model Panasonic WV-3085 together with Panasonic NV-3085 portable video cassette recorder announced on 26 October 1974 at list price 1750$: https://books.google.com/books?id=swcEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA49&dq=1974+Panasonic+WV-3085 https://books.google.com/books?id=bAEAAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA18&dq=Panasonic+NV-3085 Early video camera model Panasonic WV-3085 EIAJ portapack VTR: https://www.rewindmuseum.com/vintagecamera.htm#wv3085 Panasonic NV-3085 portable recorder: https://www.rewindmuseum.com/colourreeltoreelvideo.htm#nv3085 Probably VCR format used was 240 lines or 330 lines, the expected video quality may be seen at the video sample here: http://www.dctvny.org/documentaries/cuba-people-part-i More information regarding the recording standards these days (page 21-24): http://videopreservation.conservation-us.org/vid_guide/video_guide.pdf You may only add FX effect (Brightness/Contrast/Gamma) with Brightness=-10, Contrast=3 (the video is very bright). Nothing else could be done here. The original video format used is 4x3 and probably it is already properly done (there are black edges from both sides and the video is approximately 4:3 format). Then the video may be exported in VideoPad at original format 1920x1080 at 30 frames/sec mp4 file.
  15. Just mark the fragment (it could consist of several clips) in the timeline and "copy" it (ctrl-C). Open a new new sequence in the timeline and "paste" (+ in the timeline) the copied fragment there (ctrl-P). You may export the fragment (added sequence) using different name ("Export video file" button). I normally use the opposite procedure - I create several sequences in the timeline (up to 2-3 min long) and test & modify exporting every small sequence several times until it is ready in final version. Finally I create a final video consisting of several ready parts (sequences) - just using the first sequence timeline (final video) and copy&paste there the added & prepared small parts (timeline sequences 2+3+4...). If necessary I add background music and title/s and export the final video. In this way testing and preparing&exporting small parts of the video is faster (exporting & testing long video in 4K could be quite long for a long video).
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