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  1. Thanks for the notes. I have noticed that video from a helmet cam inevitably has a lot of high-speed "panning" and that's when the problem is most pronounced-- cams mounted rigidly to the vehicle give better results-- all makes sense with replies above, thanks much for the replies. A question-- what If I simply slow down the frame rate I select for the final video? If the original is 29.97 and I slow it by 50% and also select a 50% slower frame rate, would that eliminate the "ghosting"/ cross-fade issue? I don't mind if the video looks slightly "jerky" as a result. I just want the fram
  2. I selected 29.97 as "maximum frame rate", did not select constant frame rate. Should I have? Any other suggestions? Thanks
  3. PS I don't care if the slow-motion footage looks a bit "jerky", just want to avoid blurriness and the "ghosted" double images. Steve
  4. Not sure why the clips are not showing up-- Full speed clip is vimeo dot com /150807459 2/3 speed clip is vimeo dot com /150807458 thanks
  5. Steve here again, I'm still very new to videopad, and relatively new to video editing in general? Is there an inherent loss in quality, when a clip is slowed down? For example, see these clips (about 30 seconds each)-- Full speed: 2/3 speed: I used Videopad to cut these clips out of the raw footage, and to slow down the one clip to 2/3 speed. Both on vimeo, and in the actual clips (as seen on VLC video player), the 2/3 speed clip is blurrier than the full-speed clip. In particular, if you randomly hit freeze-frame as you play back the 2/3 speed clip, you'll oft
  6. Thank you! That would be an awesome improvement. Steve
  7. Frustrating-- so let's say I have a long sequence of clips on the time line, with lots of splits. I want to see when some event happens, to great precision. if I just click one on single clip, and CHANGE CLIP SPEED, then my timeline is not uniform. If I clip on EVERY clip , and say cut the speed in half, sure, the actual time of the event is one half of the time that I observe on the slowed time line-- but it can take an awful lot of time to go click on every single clip, and it's easy to miss one. Ditto when cranking them all back up to full speed. Frustrating! All i want to do is play
  8. Hi. I'm very new to Videopad Pro. I'm sure this is a very basic question, but I haven't been able to find the answer yet. Previously I used AVS Video Remaker and AVS Video Editor. One of the tools on those editors that I used very often, was to play a full-speed video back at a much slower speed for editing. Basically I want to be able to stop the video at the exact moment that something happens in the video, to identify the exact point in the timeline where the event happens, so I know where to insert my audio clip. How do I do this on Videopad Pro? I haven't yet discovered ho
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