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  1. So for quite some time I've been using VideoPad, I love it for its easy to use features to create a video compared to another program which I don't use much. I'm still using an older version of VideoPad which has worked well for me (4.00). On my old laptop, it ran fairly well with only getting slow downs and "building preview" when projects got pretty big. When I my laptop fried this year I decided to get a new PC, something more powerful. When I reinstalled my 4.00 copy of VideoPad, I opened up a project I had been working on for a few months and I noticed that it ran slow. I was getting "building preview" and freezing issues far more often than I did on the laptop and I noticed it was causing the CPU temps to rise quite high. I tried Adobe Premiere and it ran great, better than before without issue so I figured its likely the program itself. Again I'm still using 4.00 but I've never had a problem before. PC specs: Win 10 x64 Ryzen 5 3600 Geforeforce GTX 1660 super 16GB ram X570 a-pro motherboard
  2. Hello, I have started a new video project. I have recorded the videos on an iPhone 11, 4K at 30 frames per second. Video pad is struggling with these media files. They take a long time to load, any changes stalls the computer. They don't load & sometimes crashes. It shouldn't be anything that would stall the software, the video files are 873 MB QuickTime Movie (.MOV) & go for a max 5-6 mins time. I have to begin to use the iphone 11 4K on these video files so would really appreciate some help as it's urgent. I have uploaded the latest version, checked my free space on the computer, checked for malware. I'm using a hp pavilion x360 14. I can hear the computer boot up & struggle whenever I go near any of the video files. Thank you,Paul
  3. First off, let me start by saying I love the simplicity of VideoPad. However, I am starting to get agitated by how long it takes to buffer and edit videos. I am trying to put a 5 minute clip together on my computer and it takes over an hour because working in the sequence every time I move to a different spot it takes a minute or more to buffer. I have 400mps internet, an i9 processor, 32 GB RAM. It can't be my setup. Is there a way to speed this process up? I get that when I am on a video clip that is 3+ hours of footage it will take a little to buffer from spot to spot, but why on Earth would it take minutes to move around on a 5 minute sequence? What am I doing wrong? Thanks!
  4. Just updated to 7.25 After years struggling with the slow on every part, I thought latest version would be a nice way out. And I found out that it is not, adding ONE item in new invoice still takes minutes [by browser - I use chrome]. This is truly a total disappointment. Just burn out my $79.99 :D
  5. I have an problem with the newer Versions of Videopad. Since version 6.26 Videopad use just about 30-40 prozent of my CPU by the export. The consequence is that the export of the video takes 3 times longer than in version 6.26, because in version 6.26 Videopad use almost the whole CPU (ca. 95%) By all versions over 6.26 (6.28, 6.29, 6.30, 6.31, 6.32 und 7.00) is the export thus slow. My export settings are: Youtube 1080P, lossles Export, H264: 8000kbps, Audio: 320kbps, Constant 30fps and my CPU is the AMD Ryzen 5 2400G. Operating System: Windows 10 PRO. All the files are on an SSD. EDIT: I MEAN CERTAINLY I USE NOT THE LOSSLES EXPORT
  6. On my PC which has fairly close specs to my laptop I just purchased (HP Envy x360 I7) it's extremely frustrating to try to edit anything in videopad with how bad the preview is. I've done barely anything, to a 20 second clip, yet every time I try to watch it in the editor it says "Building Preview Please Wait". Does anyone struggle with this? I literally can't even tell how the video looks because every time I get to a part that's slightly edited it freezes or the music gets way off sync, or sometimes it even plays random footage that has been deleted already. Never had this trouble with the earlier version on my desktop. Any ideas? Even lowering the resolution to complete garbage results in it freezing.
  7. Running version 5.05 on Mac. I have 3,00 invoices and 3,300 items. When editing an invoice, I hit "Add Item" and the system lags for about 30 seconds when I select the quantity field.
  8. express invoice takes a long time to load after you press create invoice or search invoice. Any help would be appreciated. using latest version of windows.
  9. Hi I have the latest version of Videopad installed and have a brand new PC: Top spec I7 8700K, 16GB RAM, 3GB GTX 1060 dedicated graphics card, Samsung EVO SSD. I bought this spec so I could specifically edit videos. Creating videos is very difficult. I use 4k clips recorded from my phone (mp4) and high resolution photos (20MP from a Sony RX100 camera) Once the video is approx 2-3 mins long everything grinds to a halt. "Building preview", sound playing but video frozen, sequence preview grayed out so only clip preview works (after waiting for it to build the preview) I have ensured no other programs are running in the background. My hardware cannot be the problem. Am I missing something before I abandon Videopad and shell out more money for something like Adobe? I like Videopad for its simplicity and small learning curve but I can't continue to work like this. Exporting is also slow (I assume the graphics card is not being used) If not why? I read somewhere that it could be due to videopad being 32 bit and only being able to use 4gb of RAM at a time. If so when will a 64 bit version be released? Is one even in development? If Videopad does not move with the times others like myself are going to jump ship and use alternative software. 1080p rendering is going out. 4K is here. I don't want to render in 1080p or even 2K - imagine how they will look on the 8K or higher tv's of the future) Thanks in advance for any replies.
  10. I've been making more reaction videos to Red vs Blue season 15 recently, but screen capture software doesn't do so well on my PC, so I typically wait for the episode to release on YouTube, then just download the file, insert it and make sure it's in sync. I've usually already made all of my edits and rendered my actual reaction by the time the episodes release for the public on Sunday, so literally all I have to do is add another video track and lower the volume. But at times, it's taken up to 10 hours to render a 15 minute long video. I usually export with the 1080p preset, so in MP4 format and 29.97 frames per second. MP4 is the file type that YouTube is friendliest with, so I want all of my videos in the MP4 format. AVI and FLV can't be played on my PC anyway. And sure, while my PC specs aren't the greatest (4GB of RAM, Intel Pentium processor), a YouTuber called MurderofBirds has talked several times about how major of an upgrade getting his desktop PC was as compared to his 2007 laptop. It took his 20 minute reactions 2-3 hours to render, and he used Sony Vegas, so I'm wondering if only VideoPad has this problem, if it's the video, or if it's my PC. I need help, my dudes. (most of my other videos that aren't reactions export in 3-4 hours, such as reviews)
  11. I generating my most recent video using V5.01 (and tried out the "censored" filter whilst I was at it, pity you cannot move and resize the block on screen rather than via the sliders, a future enhancement perhaps?). I was disappointed that despite your previous response to my post about slow exporting, this version did not use all available CPU on my i5 quad core machine. It seemed to render in more-or-less real-time (35-minute video took roughly 35m to render, and the CPU varied between 30% - 70%). I don't understand why the export rendering process cannot be made more CPU intensive - under the control of the user. That is, if I want to just go and make a coffee whilst exporting because my PC is, effectively, 100% busy with VP exporting then that's my choice. On the other hand, if I do want to still use my PC and accept that VP will export more slowly that should be my choice too. I reckon my PC used to generate a 30 minute video in about 20 minutes using 4.48 and it used 100% CPU. Why not now?
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