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  1. I'm sure others more knowledgable will answer but I don't think VP will stuggle with files that big. It's a 32-bit application so struggles (falls over) with anything >4GB in my experience.
  2. Thanks for the help folks. It looks to me that it's just about possible to render 4K videos with VideoPad, but only with significant work-arounds. I think NCH should be honest and say it doesn't really work, or say it only works for very short videos or something. Falling over with a 4-minute video with fairly minor effects feels like a pretty poor show. I think I might try to get my money back for the recent upgrade. But thanks for the help. Appreciated. Jon.
  3. Hi - I have been using VideoPad for a couple of years but this is the first time I've tried rendering in 4K. The result is terrible: stuttering, freezing, all sorts of issues. I have a decent PC with NVIDIA GTX1060 6GB, and 24Gb of system RAM. The files are here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/319ur5o6eeb6xkn/AADuC5J_xW4I900-YXGefqo7a?dl=0 I've incuded the rendered versions too. 4K stutters all over the place. 1080p looks great. I'm using the latest version of VideoPad. In fact I just upgraded, at cost, to see if the latest version fixed the problem. Needless to say I'm pretty
  4. My Sony camera splits long recordings into .mts files of about 2GB each. When I put them together in VideoPad, there's a glitch at the transition. Apparently this is a well known problem. I have used tsMuxeR to merge them before adding to VideoPad which works fine. But really, I'd like VideoPad to do this for me rather than having to sue a seperate app. So, can it be done in VideoPad, or is it a feature that can be added?
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