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Ivan187

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  1. I don't need to fix the problem, because I've already dealt with exporting to MP4; my Chrome browser can play the file.
  2. Neither of the two. I used an online converter to convert the media from WMV to MP4. I can't export to WMV anyway, because I get a "Could not initialize video output" error.
  3. I had Windows 7 before, but back in December 2014, I got a BSOD on it, so I had to downgrade to Windows XP.
  4. Here's what it says: ------------------ System Information ------------------ Time of this report: 3/25/2015, 21:12:33 Machine name: ORDENADOR Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 3 (2600.xpsp_sp3_qfe.130704-0421) Language: Spanish (Regional Setting: Spanish) System Manufacturer: Acer System Model: AOA150 BIOS: InsydeH2O Version v0.3305 Processor: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N270 @ 1.60GHz (2 CPUs) Memory: 1012MB RAM Page File: 791MB used, 1639MB available Windows Dir: C:\WINDOWS D
  5. Problem solved. All I had to do was to convert my video to MP4. I think VideoPad doesn't handle WMV files that well.
  6. Not just that. Continue watching and there'll be more still pictures.
  7. Actually, I'll just link to one of my videos I uploaded to YouTube. You can see my problem if you watch right after 0:16. https://www.youtube....h?v=20G2LZMJCWE Also, I decided to try version 4.00 again, and the problem STILL persists!
  8. The sequence doesn't output correctly. Like I said in the original post: "This bug just invades the exported video". Reinstalling VideoPad doesn't cure it. Also, my computer isn't that good.
  9. 1. That doesn't work. 2. I installed that version before, but then I went back to 3.89 because I didn't want to deal with the trial version anymore. (Yes, I had a registration code for versions 3.X) 3. I don't know how to do that. I might as well go back to version 3.85 because as far as I know, I didn't experience this problem with that version.
  10. This has been happening for a few weeks now. I started using VideoPad since February 2014, as version 3.29. I have 3.89, and there's a bug that's really getting on my nerves! This is caused when you play your clips in the sequence. When it starts playing a different clip, the preview shows a still picture of the video that started playing, and it stays there for a few seconds, until the video starts to animate where the cursor is! I'm not even using a still picture there, it really is the video itself! This is usually caused by using video effects, but even when I don't use them, this bug jus
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