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Ivan187

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  1. One question, why did it suddenly skip all the way to version 5 instead of going 4.60-4.99?
  2. This has actually been happening to me for a few years now. After so long the green process bar for the clips sometimes doesn't appear.
  3. You could use the "Scale" video effect on both clips, and set them to 0.50 vertically. Then, just use the "Position" video effect to move them.
  4. You rendered the video at maximum frame rate instead of constant frame rate, meaning that the "Constant frame rate" checkbox in the export window was unchecked.
  5. I remember asking the same suggestion a long time ago.
  6. Wow, that just automatically fixed the issue! Thanks!
  7. Alright, thank you!
  8. I have a lot of VideoPad projects that I use as templates for my videos, such as intros and YouTube thumbnails, but version 4.58 has altered them significantly, and here's why: 1. Shadows are less visible. I have a video effect template that consists of 3 shadow effects, and each one of them is set to 1.00 in opacity, and 20.00 in blurriness. In 4.48 and older, the end result looked great because you could lay multiple shadows on top of each other, while in 4.58, trying to do this only seems to make it larger. In comparison, using the video effects with the same exact properties makes the
  9. Too much work that you shouldn't have to do, especially for lots of text clips. This is why I made my suggestion in the first place.
  10. It works the same in all versions.
  11. Something I believe is possible in Camtasia but I'm not sure, I would like to have the option to alter the background transparency in text clips and subtitles, instead of just changing the color. Without the background, the text can be hard to read when it's in an area with the same color because the shadows and outlines aren't big enough; and with the background, you end up blocking part of the video and the text looks like it was just hurled on there.
  12. New version finally after 5 months! Although I was confused when I saw that this was a Mac update.
  13. I didn't realize that was an alternative. Thanks!
  14. When I had already specified the start and end points of my audio clip, and then choose to save the audio clip as a new file, the end result comes off as if the end point was never altered, and unwanted parts of the audio clip are still there. This forces me to use WavePad or MixPad in order to do it properly. This issue wasn't happening when I first updated to 4.48, which is the strangest part.
  15. Well, it's the other way around for me, and for a lot of past versions.
  16. This has been an issue for a long time.
  17. This is one of my most insignificant suggestions for the software in my opinion, but when you export the video in .swf format, there should be an option that allows you to determine whether you want the video to loop, or to just play once and stop. It could also stop after a specific amount of loops.
  18. Wow, that long process worked perfectly. What I was originally requesting is an easier and faster way to pull this off. I don't like having to export videos in order to obtain video effects, especially with this still-ongoing extra frame issue in the rendered video.
  19. I said in the original post about repeats of an image, didn't I?
  20. The title speaks for itself, really. I'd like to be able to show repeats of an image while applying movements to it; this could be useful for a scrolling background, preventing it from reaching the void. You should also be able to apply mirrors from an image tile to another.
  21. Are you trying to put the audio on high pitch without speeding up the clip?
  22. Wow! I didn't know I could do it like that!
  23. Wow, I didn't think you'd understand my suggestion! Thanks!
  24. This one is difficult to explain. To prevent having to make text clips for every single frame, I'd like to suggest being able to make a text clip that when played, it'll work like a real-time timer. The length of the clip is when the timer should stop at, and if we set it to a real-time countdown, where it should start at, and wait for it to reach 0. It would look like this: We could also set it to 00:00.000, 0:00.000, or 0.000. And like the text clip, we could change the font, color, outlines, background, add the shadow, and align. I thought this would be cool for speedru
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