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  1. Thank you @borate and @Nationalsolo for your great efforts and help. I'm currently getting the results I want with v7.10 even when exporting at 30fps. This is why I'll stick with that version now. I'm pretty certain now, that from v7.10 to v7.11 there was an ill-advised change in the order that speed change and frame rate are applied during the rendering process. (Hmmm, this is in disagreement with the fact, that borate managed smooth slowmo with v7.30... Anyway, I have a working solution now and am tired of testing around.) Once, I feel the need to upgrade, I'll go with what Nationa
  2. v7.31 beta w hardware acceleration: smooth slowmo failed v7.31 beta w/o hardware acceleration: smooth slowmo failed v7.00 beta w hardware acceleration: smooth slowmo successful v7.00 beta w/o hardware acceleration: smooth slowmo successful support of my projects done in v7.11 by v7.00: failed ☹️ Any thoughts?
  3. I installed v7.30. Problem remains. @Nationalsolo In v7.30, the frame rate of the preview cannot be changed anymore. Only the replay speed can be altered, while the number of frames remains unchanged.
  4. I agree. What you posted is exactly the type of result I want to get out of VP but don't for whatever reason. I'm going to play with different versions now and see what I'll find out....
  5. @Nationalsolo: right click on preview window --> change preview settings... @borate: Ok, the 60fps-export (your link above) is somewhat smooth, i.e. 8 unique fps. Let me show you, though, what I'm actually expecting, by this little video: https://1drv.ms/v/s!Ahz4HZhUyUj0afw_X-4HJEwI3HA See how much smoother the slowmo is as 12% speed (30 unique fps) and even at 6% speed (still 15 unique fps)? I used to be able to create these type of smooth slomos using VideoPad until about May this year. So it must be possible. But how? Can you guys tell if this is a bug in the current version
  6. Hi Nationalsolo and Borate, please be aware: The orignal file ("6 Peer Hockey oben~2.mp4" included in the zip file) has 240fps. This was the setting of the camera and this value is stated in the properties displayed by windows. And if I replay this file in the VLC media player at 0.12 speed, it looks super smooth. Even at 0.06, there is only very slight jerkyness, which is in agreement with about 15 updates per second. And this is what I want my VP export to look like. If you change the preview settings in VP to 240fps, you will see that the original clip in the bin contains about 240 un
  7. I uploaded a demo project and its export here https://tinyurl.com/y4v6bccp Usually, I don't pay much attention to the quality of the preview. Just now I noticed that, before the end of the caching-progress-bar, the preview is as choppy as the final export. Beyond the end of the progress bar, the preview showed smooth slow motion. Anyway, I hope the uploaded project allows you experts to get an idea of what might be the problem here. I didn't specify my export settings because the problem occurs for any settings.
  8. Thanks guys for your replies and sorry for getting back so late. I didn't realise until now, that my post had actually gone through. I'm glad that it did, though, because I'm still experiencing the same issue. However, I have gained additional insights: 1. The issue is unrelated to any effects as I originally assumed. Just the first time it showed up was when I added effects to an existing slowmo project that until then had exported fine. This means, I'm now always getting choppy slowmo exports even without additional effects applied 2. Original footage was shot at 240 fps. Spee
  9. VideoPad v7.01 If I take a clip (.mp4, 1280x720, 240fps), set the speed to 30% and export (.mp4, 1280x720, Variable Frame Rate (Max 48fps)), then the result is fine, i.e. as you would expected. If I apply the video effect "Auto Levels" and do everything else exactly as above, then the result is choppy. It looks rather like a video with 10 fps or less. The same happens with the video effect "Temperature" and probably some other effects. Any ideas how this can be resolved?
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