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  1. It's not totally clear what result you expect. But... Trim video 1 in the bin by first clicking on it Under the preview window move the scrubber (red-line) to where you want the clip to begin. Click SET IN. Move it to where you want the clip to end. Click SET END. Click the ADD button and the trimmed clip will be placed on the timeline. Do the same with the second clip. Then add a transition between them. That's about as automatic as it gets. Alternatively, keeping in mind that higher video tracks take precedence, you might place video 1 on track one, and video 2 on trac
  2. Before exporting, a right-click on an image in the bin has a Change Clip Aspect Ratio item. The effects menu also has several options... For example, choose "Crop to Aspect Ratio" and click the chevron to see a drop-down menu similar to the one above. This forum is peer support - primarily users just like yourself, sharing. Don't know who emailed you, but chances are it was from a 'no reply' address.
  3. Higher tracks take precedence over lower so place your pictures on a higher (overlay) track. They will replace the underlying band video. If the new images need to be sized to fill the frame, use the SCALE and ZOOM effects. The original audio/video shouldn't be disturbed by this, but just to be sure lock the band's video track. Right-click at the left of the track and make that choice.
  4. Following the steps in my last post should solve the issue for any version. Your file plays correctly now, after unchecking the "ÔÇťAutomatically normalize audio volume of external audio/ video files" box in OPTIONS | MEDIA tab. As shown in version 10.43 Maxence's issue may be different, but no file has be submitted for testing.
  5. Zoom in or out to any area of the image (such as the nose in the above). Just adjust the handles or use the numbers in the effects box. Also experiment with the SCALE and CROP effects. Once the effect is set, click the SAVE icon on the effects toolbar and give it a name. Your custom effect will be just another icon, at the bottom of the effects box. You can also right-click another clip and APPLY LAST USED EFFECT.
  6. On the sequence timeline drag the image borders to the desired length, then animate the ZOOM effect. http://help.nchsoftware.com/help/en/videopad/win64bitpaid/effects_animating.html With the effects box scrubber (red line) at the start of the clip, adjust the Zoom parameters either by dragging the handles in preview or with the numbers. Click the small green + to create a keyframe. Move the line to the end of the clip and adjust Zoom to where it should end up. This should automatically create another keyframe. Note the Aspect Ratio box, where a drop-down menu offers many ch
  7. Are you referring to export options? VP has that A/R choice, as well as the option to create custom dimensions...
  8. What version is being used? Try this one. For licensed users upgrades are free for up to six months from purchase date. After that, VP will continue to fully function but a fee will be required in order to register the newest. Retain your old install file and registration info. If no success, please share a file or two that has the issue. Someone will check it out. Upload the file/s to a free server, such as Google Drive or MS OneDrive, get a shared (public) link, copy the link and paste it here or to me in a Private Message via the mail envelope in the top-right corner of this foru
  9. Issue appears to be remedied as of 5/13 in this beta version. The usual beta caveats apply.
  10. Issue appears to be remedied as of 5/13 in this beta version. The usual beta caveats apply.
  11. Issue ppears to be remedied as of 5/13 in this beta version. The usual beta caveats apply.
  12. Appears to be remedied as of 5/13 in this beta version. The usual beta caveats apply.
  13. Save Project File AS routinely, giving it a unique # or name, so as not to overwrite prior saves. Using Save Project Files (no AS) will overwrite. From the HOME tab, that choice is available by clicking the chevron to the right of the Save Project button on the toolbar. Multi-tracks are exported in a single sequence. To merge sequences... Click the Sequences tab in the bin (upper left), select all but the main sequence, right-click on one of the selections and PLACE ON TIMELINE. (All sequences except the first will become single clips.) An
  14. Multi-effect function is a work in progress. Rumor has it that this may eventually become a copy/paste operation. Now, with multi-selections, the Replace/Append buttons sometimes refuse to appear. If Nat's instructions fail for you, try this... Create your Zoom for a single clip. Right-click the clip and COPY Now select all the clips that should receive the same effect. Right-click on one of them and PASTE SPECIAL (effects only). Update to the latest release. For licensed users upgrades are free for up to six months from purchase date. After that, VP will cont
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