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Hello everyone. I am having a major problem with VIdeopad. Ever since I got it a few months ago, I have been having so many problems. The most irritating one is Videopad buffers on every FREAKING transition and image. Before you go and say that I need to read the FAQ. I did, every word of it. I have Videopad (with nothing else running. Like NOTHING (besides Chrome)) running on an SSD, with DDR3 24gb of ram, an i7-4790K 4.0GHz Quad-Core Processor, and windows 10. I also have an EVGA GTX 970 SSC. I am trying to be a youtuber, but THE most irritating thing is video editing. I tried premiere pro and disliked it. I tried basically every software available that fits my need for video editing. Then I found Videopad. I tried it and loved it. Never wanting to change, I use it for everything, but I CANNOT STAND THE BUFFERING. My question is. What more does Videopad need besides a nearly empty SSD, 24gb of ram/memory and an i7 at 4GHz to not stop it from buffering after inserting a blank image?? Also I should mention that my editing resoultion is only at 768x432 @30fps while rendering only a 9 min .mp4 video @1080p60 (2.12GB EDIT: 15 minutes after posting this. The image (now being rendered for grand total of an hour) STILL BUFFERS. It's only 2.217 seconds long??
I've put together a somewhat complex project that make use of a dozen videos using various sections from each at altered speeds and with a number of effects and transitions. My PC has a 4th Gen Intel i7 six core processor, 16Gb RAM, AMD R7 200 Series 2Gb graphics card, 120Gb SSD with Windows 10 Pro, ASUS Sabertooth X99 motherboard. Even with this I'm getting some considerable sequence preview buffering when using Videopad even with the lowest resolution setting and I'm just wondering if there's anything I can do to eliminate the buffering or at least reduce it? I don't have any other programs running at the same time but the cpu still seems to just about max out.