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NCH Community.  My name is “Senior”.  I am Senior (age 82) just learning Video Pad V 7.00.  I have created a video/audio clip which I have apparently improperly exported.  The first few seconds of the clip properly plays both the video and the audio.  The remaining six minutes of the export properly plays the audio but the video has frozen.  Help please.  What am I doing wrong?

 

I downloaded a Youtube clip https://youtu.be/3Z9xWqSWNtY

This is Tuba Skinny New Orleans Jazz band 29:35 clip.  Tuba Skinny @ Jazz aux Sources, Chatel-Guyon, Casino, May 19th, 2018  First Part of the 1st set, length 29:35.

 

In Video Pad I copied the clip from 23:36 to the end 29:35.  The song is “Blue” and at the end of the clip there is some great dancing by a man in a brown suit and his partner. 

 

Bottom line is I want the last six minutes of the clip exported to a MP4 file.  Help please.

 

Thanks. 

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Hi Senior

Not sure why you are getting what you are getting but the steps to follow are:..

  1. Download the You Tube file
  2. Open VP and add the clip to the clip bin and wait until it has loaded fully
  3. Click the clip in the bin and switch to Clip Preview.The clip is 29:35.8 in length
  4. Set cursor to 23.36 (or enter 23:36 above the Start/Play control block) This will be 6 mins before the end of the clip
  5. Click the Red bracket Start button. The maker will move to this point and the last 6 mins of the clip will now be highlighted.
  6. Click the Add button  (under clip preview window) The 6 min clip section should now be on the timeline as show below.
  7. aa.jpg
  8. Click the Export Video button on the toolbar and select Video File
  9. Enter a name for your clip end then the export folder name
  10. Leave Preset as default or select a specific format
  11. Select file format mp4
  12. Click Default quality and select MPEG4  and choose High quality
  13. For resolution choose Auto Match content..(1920 x 1080)
  14. Click Create

The video clip (6 min) should now export as an mp4 clip. This played fine in VLC.  (Like Jazz 😎)

Hope this helps

Nat

 

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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  

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On 2/5/2019 at 5:38 AM, Nationalsolo said:

Hi Senior

Not sure why you are getting what you are getting but the steps to follow are:..

  1. Download the You Tube file
  2. Open VP and add the clip to the clip bin and wait until it has loaded fully
  3. Click the clip in the bin and switch to Clip Preview.The clip is 29:35.8 in length
  4. Set cursor to 23.36 (or enter 23:36 above the Start/Play control block) This will be 6 mins before the end of the clip
  5. Click the Red bracket Start button. The maker will move to this point and the last 6 mins of the clip will now be highlighted.
  6. Click the Add button  (under clip preview window) The 6 min clip section should now be on the timeline as show below.
  7. aa.jpg
  8. Click the Export Video button on the toolbar and select Video File
  9. Enter a name for your clip end then the export folder name
  10. Leave Preset as default or select a specific format
  11. Select file format mp4
  12. Click Default quality and select MPEG4  and choose High quality
  13. For resolution choose Auto Match content..(1920 x 1080)
  14. Click Create

The video clip (6 min) should now export as an mp4 clip. This played fine in VLC.  (Like Jazz 😎)

Hope this helps

Nat

 

Thank you for the step by step instructions.  I appreciate your time and effort.

Senior

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