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Posts posted by Ivan187

  1. For these couple years that I've been using VideoPad, the default subtitle size has always been 18.

    This size is way too big. I suggest the default size to be somewhere between 5 and 8. Big sizes are only good for YouTube thumbnails.

  2. Interesting. I have only tried using H264 but now it looks like it's worth trying out MPEG4. Though I think the reason for the drop in size in MPEG4 is because you may have specified a way smaller average and maximum bitrate. This number was much bigger when you used the H264 codec.

  3. Well, my last resort is to take a snapshot of the masked, unedited image so it has the transparent background. If I load the snapshot in VideoPad, I will then be able to change the masked image's position without leaving a double.

  4. Okay, so I checked if an extra frame is on the rendered video by putting a 3.000 second image in the sequence. Then I try to export the video on 1280x720 resolution (not that resolution matters) at 60 frames per second. Constant frame rate is checked (not that that matters either).


    I open the exported video on VideoPad, the length is 3.017. If I export on a smaller frame rate, this extra frame will be bigger. Say that I now try to export at 30 frames per second, the length is 3.067.

  5. The extra frame in the exported video is STILL there. Since this version is still in Beta, I figured I'd take the chance to report the problem again.

  6. Can I get the link to download? I've checked for updates through the software but when it brings me to the website the latest version shown on there is 4.22 which is what I have and is causing me problems. I have the purchased software, not the free one.

    It doesn't show the new version until another version is released.

  7. Two errors on this new version:


    1. Text/Subtitle shadows are not shown in the exported video.

    2. The extra options for Wave effect are not there.

  8. From my point of view, the Waves video effect could really have some improvements, and it's been like this ever since I started using VideoPad on early 2014. How about making the waves vertical, how wide and dense (dense as in adding 2+ wave effects) should they be, and how fast should they move without changing clip speed? Surprisingly, no one has talked about this before.

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