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Ivan187

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  1. Maybe you got used to editing on Sony Vegas, which is an editing software that allows for editing both audio channels independently.

    It would be cool if VideoPad could do it too, though. xD

  2. I didn't say that.

    I'm just wondering why that version of the software is pretty popular among users even today. Of course I'm still gonna have the latest version, always. I never said I actually started using 2.41. ?

  3. 45 minutes ago, Nationalsolo said:

    Hi

    I think I see what you mean..(or its similar.....)

    If you have two clips on the timeline joined up and then drag a third from the bin and try to insert it at the join the white arrows seem to indicate you are in position to drop it. In fact it doesn't always insert correctly and link to the join leaving a small sliver of the original right hand clip.

    On looking closely there seems to be a degree of "looseness"  with the adjustment as the arrows actually appear BEFORE the dragged clip reaches the join and if you drop the clip when they appear you may not be actually at the join. Zoomed out it's less evident that you may be missing the join.

    Perhaps that's why some users get narrow slivers that are not seen but mess up the transitions.?

    The dragging arrow on the clip marks the actual dropping point.

    Nat

    Yes, that is exactly what's going on.

    I make it look evident by zooming the timeline all the way in after you insert the clip in there.

  4. I've encountered another issue while using VideoPad 6.21. Whenever I add another clip on the timeline until it snaps to the desired position, the clip lands a little bit off. How off it lands, depends on the zooming. The more I zoom the timeline out, the more off the clips get placed from the snap position. When the timeline is completely zoomed out, I try overlaying or placing a clip in the snap position, but it lands a full 3 seconds later in the timeline.

    This doesn't happen when the timeline is completely zoomed in, nor when I use the "Add to Sequence at Cursor" option, but I always got used to dragging and dropping the clip into the timeline, so it's a little inconvenient.

  5. 14 hours ago, Nationalsolo said:

    Hi

    What are your orders?......What are your orders?.......... What are your orders?..........  :blink::blink:

    Might it be due to the animation of the pixels in the diminishing stripe width.i.e. Those near the centre not being moved for several frames whilst those near the edge being shifted several pixels per frame. A bit like the resolution "steps" effect you get if you angle a straight line.

    Nat

    I don't think it's because of that. It happens in any kind of animation; I just chose this example because it's most noticeable.

  6. On 8/24/2018 at 8:43 PM, borate said:

    Separation of channels can be done in VP.

    Right-click the audio clip, UNlink FROM VIDEO.

    Right-click the audio clip, then COPY.

    Move the scrubber (red line) to the head of the clip, right-click and PASTE AS OVERLAY.

    Click FX on one channel, click the green + cross and apply the PAN effect full left.

    Do the same on the other audio channel and apply PAN far right.

    What if it's a mono audio file, though? If there's only one channel, then it won't work the same.

  7. I've been noticing something strange with how a 60fps video looks, and it's that every <1 second, the previous frame flashes very briefly, and it breaks smoothness of the video.

    Here's an example of a spinning starburst background that I posted on YouTube.

    In 720p60 quality, watch very closely, and you'll see that the thing doesn't rotate 100% smoothly. It's like if two frames were being swapped around or something.

  8. In Timeline mode, drag and drop the audio clip to the overlay area, where it says "Drag and Drop your audio clips here to mix". To mix is to play two audio tracks at the same time. Once you do that, a second audio track will be created automatically, and you can also repeat this to create a third one, and so on.

  9. 41 minutes ago, stebbinsd said:

    Sweet. Do you have even the foggiest idea when the new version will be released?

    Version 6.10 has been the newest version for 3 months now. I wonder the same thing.

  10. I don't have the frozen video anymore because I fixed the issue by putting certain clips into separate sequences and then adding those sequences to the main one, but the freeze happened either at the last/second to last clip in the timeline (particularly at 6:57:00); or only the very first one comes out right, and the whole rest is all frozen.

    But to summarize, the freeze could happen at any certain clip edge. I've tried experimenting with different bitrate qualities as well, and they all had varying results.

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