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    64 bit

    I see as of 8.95 some 64 bit elements are starting to creep into the release builds. Nice! Does this mean we are inching closer to a 64 bit release of the editor?
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    I did report it. The response I got was "Works here, must be you". You perhaps remember the project I uploaded (was a Batman Arkham Knight video). Nothing has changed since then. Almost every bug I've mentioned has gotten that same response, so I've given up reporting them. Either they'll get fixed or they won't. Most have (including ones I was told were definitely NOT a bug, heh). Just this one in particular seems to persist, and like I said, I can live with it.
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    Odd how different people have different experiences. For me 8.91 is very nearly perfect for my purposes, while 8.84 was virtually unusable (due to a particular bug which DID appear in earlier versions very occasionally, but was MUCH more common in 8.84). 8.91 is awesome, and probably the one I will stick with, as it checks all the boxes I need (there is no noticeable delay when splitting tracks as long as the overall track is less than about 65 or 70 minutes [if you get longer than that, it does start to lag, giving a 2 or 3 second delay before you can start playing again after a cut, but
  4. Well, okay. I tried. Looks like I'll be sticking with 7.10 then indefinitely. Good luck.
  5. Alright, here you go. This was edited with version 8.70 or 8.71 (not sure which, but it's the same either way). https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rhi02ghcasBoP_lB5GxqWpnwY-Tu-Ll1/view?usp=sharing Note that this is an edited version, so the speed change on audio 1 is applied (and therefore is synched across the entire hour long video). If you want to see the 3-5 second desych, you'll have to undo that (easiest way is to add a fresh copy of the gameplay video, synch it at the front, and then check the back end to see how far off it is). Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any
  6. I'm posting this only to give the devs a datapoint. I've already resolved my issues by reverting backward (to version 7.10), and at this point have no intention of installing anything more recent (as I've spent what seems like hours trying to find workarounds and fixes to what I consider to be critical bugs). So you can take from it what you will. I will say in advance, that while I may sound critical of the program, I am not trying to be. I love VP, I think it is an awesome editor, and I've used it since version 3 (several years now). So please don't think I'm bashing, I'm only providing
  7. Just to give you a data point... I routinely import ~1 hour long TS files recorded at 1080p @ 60FPS. These files generally run in the 6-8 gb range. In addition, I also add various ancillary files (which are much shorter and smaller) consisting of AVI, MP4, and WAV files. VP handles all this without any issues (in terms of import and editing). Based on that, I would think it should be able to handle 20 second clips just fine. I don't know if there is a limit on the number you can import (the most I've imported on a single project is in the neighborhood of 15 clips). I think there is a
  8. Correct, when I say zoom, that is what I mean, expanding the track. It's a PC install. I could upload the project, but when I did that with my last one, you couldn't reproduce the issue. That's why I think these issues are PROBABLY hardware specific (if everyone were having these same issues, I expect these boards would be flooded with bug reports, lol). I'm wondering if it might be AMD chip related (I'm on an AMD Rizen 9). Probably the easiest thing I could do would be to put together a short video showing the issues I am having, and the differences in performance between 8.45
  9. Just to add a data point, I too am reverting back to 8.23 (which for me is still a significant upgrade, since the version I used to work with up until this week was 3.85, several years old!) Although Borate did his best to help me with one of my problems (which we solved basically by not using that particular feature), the number of issues I am having with 8.45 is just too much. The worst of these are: 1) a simple track split causes the program to hang for about 3 or 4 seconds before you can play the sequence again. Not task breaking, but very annoying. 2) Transitions of any sor
  10. PM sent. Not that this is particularly sensitive video, I just prefer it not go public until I publish it next week. Also: Yes, the MP4 works just fine, I will use it instead of the AVI. Ron
  11. Hey Borate, So the file size thing is sorted, I think. Thanks to your suggestion, I changed from default quality to medium quality, and that brought the file size back down to what I'm used to. Unfortunately it did not fix the syncing issue. However, I switched from AVI to MP4 export, and that seems to have fixed it.So what I'm doing now is encoding to MP4 with medium quality and see if that might be the sweet spot (it's going now, I'll find out in a bit). So it looks like I may have resolved enough for my purposes. However, if you want (for diagnostic purposes) to see the proje
  12. Okay, thanks Borate, will do. I will upload when I get home from work this afternoon.
  13. Thanks Borate, I will check on the file format and size options. There are no speed changes applied to my videos. As I forgot to list my new system's specs, here it is: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/bwrzgJ
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