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  1. Hi borate, The zip file contains three folders: - 190527_test_mp4_copies - 190527_test_mp4_no_copies - 190527_test_mts_copies Each folder contains a folder with the portable project and source files, and the non-portable project, e.g.: - 2019-05-27 23-37-03 - 190527_test_mp4_copies.vpj E.g. the folder 2019-05-27 23-37-03 contains the portable project and source files: - 190527_test_mp4_copies.vpj - 20170724_113442_winch_mp4.mp4 - 20170725_170526_winch_mp4.mp4 This is why the zip file is so large: It contains th
  2. Hi, I performed several tests (see http://www.bernkopf.cz/truhla/190527_test.zip ) and came to these conclusions: Prism didn’t work for me. The resulting files were jerky, diced, totally bad colors. I didn’t research it anymore. Instead, I used the MP4 Converter in batch mode to make the mp4 versions. VP doesn’t like mts files. Changing speed of parts of clips results in completely faulty timing of the changed parts, regardless whether or not you use multiple copies of the original files in the bin. Use of mp4 files without multiple copies gives a result similar to
  3. Hi, I am afraid Nat’s procedure doesn’t work. After completing it, I saved the project and closed VP, started VP again, cleared unused files in the cache, and reopened the project. The unwanted extra shots are there again. Borate’s approach is quite complicated. Before I start with it, I would like to know: Is it possible to convert all mts files before starting VideoPad? I would do it in batch mode in the course of copying files from camera to PC with MP4 Converter or Prism Video File Converter. Is there a way to export Sequence 2 witho
  4. Hi borate and Nat, Thank you for your precise analysis. I was really surprised to see that the project that I uploaded and linked didn't show my problem. This is why you didn't understand my description. And I didn't understand your replies. The project contents corresponded exactly to Nat's description. I apologize. Either I changed something in the project after completing the description, or it was a result of strange behavior of VP that we are just researching. Here is the link to a new extract from my project: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1r
  5. My previous statement about the workaround was too optimistic. The unwanted extra shots are indestructible. I removed all of them using the region deletion. After a lot of work the project was clean and I was happy. I saved the project and closed VP. Then I started VP again, cleared unused files in the cache, and reopened the project. The unwanted extra shots are there again. There must be a bug in VideoPad.
  6. I am running the last version 7.11. Clearing Unused Cache Files under OPTIONS|DISC tab, then reloading and reconstructing the project doesn't help. There are no extra clip fragments in Storyboard mode. Splitting and deleting or deleting ripple even makes the problem worse. It introduces mess into the project and even multiplies the errant segments. I think I found the cause and a provisional workaround. The error arises between speed changed clips and 'normal' unchanged clips. Probably there is a bug in VP. Split - delete - delete ripple doesn't work - s
  7. In my project I have one long original video clip from which I only use two short fractions. I split the clip using the tool "Split All Tracks". At the beginning of the second fraction there appeared a very short unwanted segment, which is about 60 ms long. It is situated between 700 and 762 ms of the timeline. The picture in the segment originates from the beginning of the original clip. I am not able to remove the segment. Here is the link to the portable project: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CTvOMkn6nz3_RrldWWkz1xLqwOtp7Iih Please help.
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