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  1. It doesn't look like the Chromebook OS is supported System Requirements Works on Windows 7, XP, Vista, 8, 8.1 and 10 Works on 64 bit and 32 bit Windows Works on Mac Intel OS X 10.4.4 and above iPhone/iPad version runs on iOS 4.3 or higher Android version runs on 2.3.3 or higher
  2. I was hoping that would work, but when you copy the clip to the new sequence, it holds onto it's clip speed from the first sequence. Thanks for the suggestion though.
  3. I'm looking for suggestion on a work around. I do mostly woodworking videos. Some of the projects I video have long (~15+ min) sections that I'd like to do sort of like a timelapse, condensing it down to under a minute. Currently, the maximum clip speed is 800%. To get a 15 minute video under a minute, I'd need ~ 1600% clip speed. I submitted a suggestion to increase the max clip speed about a month ago, but who knows if it'll ever be implemented. I've found a way to do what I need which is time consuming, but was hoping that someone may have a suggestion on a quicker or easier way to achieve the same result. What I've been doing is to create a new project with just the clip that I need 'condensed'. I change clip speed to 800% and export it as a new clip. I then load the new clip into my 'final' project and am able to increase it 800% again. Is there a way that this can be done without saving a whole new clip in a seperate project? Any suggestions are appreciated.
  4. 1080p still has issues on the older version. 720p works fine. Sent PM
  5. I was also able to export as Youtube 720p successfully, but the 1080p still exports incorrectly.
  6. When exporting as a low-res (same as preview), it behaves as expected.
  7. It's happened every time I've tried it, on multiple different photos. My graphics driver says it's up to date. I sent the driver diagnostic report in a PM
  8. Hi Sam. I sent a message with the link to the files on Google Drive. Thanks.
  9. I've used the free version for almost a year. Within the past couple months, I purchased the paid version. I had been using Version 3.x, but had a hard drive failure. After getting things reloaded, I see that version 4.21 installed. I'm having some issues with the Zoom effect that I never experienced on the older version. I made a short test scenario. I have a panoramic photo that I apply a zoom effect to. The beginning of the clip I zoom in with a 16:9 aspect ratio so that the photo will fill the screen and position the tool frame on the left side of the photo and set a keyframe on all 4 settings (screenshot #1). I move to the end of the clip and reposition the tool frame to the right edge of the photo (which automatically adds 4 more keyframes - screenshot #2). The low-res preview looks perfect. I exported as a .mp4 for YouTube(1080p) with 29.97 FPS. The resulting video shows the zoomed panning part positioned in the lower left corner and the full panorama photo is visible behind the zoomed section, except for its colors appear to be inverted (screenshot #3). I believe this to be a bug, but would like to see if someone can replicate the issue. I have verified that it is not an issue with that particular photo as it was an issue on at least three other photos that I attempted to apply a zoom to. Screenshot #1 http://i.imgur.com/80a3dse.png Screenshot #2 http://i.imgur.com/ndcKPVD.png Screenshot #3 http://i.imgur.com/sApJuGO.png
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