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  1. I have VideoPad version 5.20. It's my understanding that we're now on version 7.02. Is there a list somewhere of what improvements/changes have been made in the various versions? Thanks in advance!
  2. I have a borderless graphic in my video which I'm scaling from 60% to 90% in 3 seconds. No matter if it's in preview or play mode, Videopad is placing a thin border around the image the whole time, which I don't want. How can I eliminate/delete this border? Videopad places the border around different versions of the same graphic -- jpg, gif and png. I'd attach an mp4 of this, but can't see how to do that in this forum. Thanks for any help you can offer.
  3. Crap -- I bought my software last December. Does that mean I'm ineligible for your next version (which resolves a technical bug which I reported, and prevents me from effectively exporting my videos), and I'm stuck with a defective version (unless I pay more)? Is that fair?
  4. Sad news to report -- Just created a new video, and it's freezing again. Some specifics: 1. Trying to export a 2 minute 26 second video as an mp4. 2. Saved project, then clicked File / Export video / File / Video file / Preset: Custom / File Format: mp4 / Resolution: 1280 x 720 - YouTube 720p / Frame rate 29.97 [TV NTSC] / Constant frame rate checked. 3. Video (not audio) freezing periodically throughout exported vids. 4. It freezes when exporting to wmv, mov, avi as well as mp4. When exporting, I have brought down ALL other programs except my OS (Win 10).
  5. @NotADevWinkWink: Microsoft Word: 38.7 MB (1 document file; 260 KB) Windows Explorer: 44.8 MB Google Chrome: 293.9 MB (9 tabs) BTW: I'm not counting my antivirus/antimalware, nor am I counting the various Windows-related system files, which I kept up. I have 16 GB of RAM in my system. I know it doesn't make sense to me, either.
  6. @NotADevWinkWink -- I pulled down Microsoft Word 2016, Google Chrome and Windows File Explorer.
  7. @GTCulbreth-- Haven't tried. This is a video to be shown on a website/Facebook ads. I'll tell you this, though: My client had one minor revision to the video, which meant I had to change it and re-export it this morning. I did the same thing: brought down all other programs (ensuring my RAM was as feed up as possible), then exported. No freezes. I'm very happy. I'm still wondering why the program would need a lot of my 16GB of RAM for a simple 1 minute 40 second video.
  8. I think I may have found a solution: Reduce your RAM usage by other programs. Actions taken: I pulled down all other programs, then a few more (via ct/alt/delete - task manager - details), then exported to mp4. Result: No freezes on the first try. Then brought up a whole bunch of programs and exported again. Still fine. Video was 1:40 in length.
  9. @C Major, Thanks for the reply. I uploaded to my Google Drive here. Freeze is from 1:21 to 1:37. Would you mind answering two questions for me? 1. Where do I go to see how the problems for @Bamboo and @GTCulbreth were resolved? 2. Is there a time frame for fixing this version of VideoPad?
  10. Happened to me a month ago, now happening to me again with a different video. I can't upload it but I can tell you the following: Duration: 2 minutes 26 seconds Export Preset: Custom Export File Format: mp4 Export Resolution: 1280 x 720 - YouTube 720p Export Frame Rate: 29.97 [TV NTSC] Export Constant Frame Rate: Checked. Freezes at :33 until :46 Freezes again at 1:01 until 1:06 Any special effects at the points where they are freezing? No. Audio does not freeze. If this can't be fixed soon, I'll need to look for another, more rel
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