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  1. That was interesting. Never realized that feature. Anyway, I was able to drop the clip into the video files. I did the arrow thing, but when I pressed the green down arrow, everything went over to the right side. When I tried to resume later in the clip, I got the message "you can't move the in point beyond the out point". Before I could. Looking to the right side, that seems to only be the first between arrows segment. Also, it seems only a small portion of my chosen (8 min.) clip is available to stick pins. About 30 seconds or so.
  2. 3.04. I'd have to re-open my Win 7 laptop to tell you the version I was used to and liked. But I'm sure it was up to date for 7.
  3. The older version was way more intuitive. I could drag to project, click the left flag, record, click the right flag, the arrow icon, the film icon; when my project was ready, I could removeinitial clip I was editing prior to having Video Pad edit the clip under my chosen label. All this happened in one place, the left-hand side of the screen. I never really understood what was happening on the right side, but it didn't matter. All I'm trying to do is reduce my clips by removing dull parts, then saving the new clip. It used to work so simply. After finishing, Video Pad would then notify me pr
  4. What a mess. The older version was way more intuitive. I could drag to project, click the left flag, record, click the right flag, the arrow icon, the film icon; when my project was ready, I could remove top section, go to top, click save project as, it would do its thing, then notify me project was ready, and I'd find it in VideoPadProects. Simple. If NCH is trying to force an upgrade, I'm not sure I can ever make this work, home premium or not. I'd even consider upgrading if it would allow me to crop. I'm looking for a more serviceable, simple alternative. Any suggestions?
  5. Thanks. I will try these methods, although they sound elementary enough that I'm sure I attempted to find the files and open them instead of my usual dragging. I've gone back to my old laptop with v 2.10 for the next few days to edit some clips and other jobs I need now. I'll let you know if these suggestions work.
  6. I had to upgrade when I upgraded my computer to Win 8. I had gotten quite familiar with v 2.10's simplicity. This new version, I can't figure out how to add video to a project. Help!
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