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GrantleyC

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  1. Thanks for checking the project. I also couldn't fault it on my 24" (iMac) but that has a more normal, lot lower, resolution of 1920x1200pixels (less than a sixth of the pixels of the 27"). I had made sure that the version I was using of MacOS 10.11.6 was fully updated. I cannot find how to further update the graphics driver. One forum stated "On Mac OS X the graphics driver is part of the operating system. You can only upgrade by upgrading to a newer version of the operating system." Following up on that lead, on another partition of the SSD, I have installed the latest MacOS 10.15
  2. Thanks Borate for your reply. I have sent a project to you in a personal message. The problem doesn't seem to be project or videos related. On further tests the problem doesn't seem to be directly related to the overall VideoPad window but rather the Sequence Preview window. If I increase the overall VideoPad window the Sequence Preview automatically increases and that sets off the memory runaway. If I undock the Sequence Preview and keep it small, I can increase the overall VideoPad window as large as the monitor will do and everything is fine. But even with the smallest overall win
  3. Using paid for VideoPad version 8.40 on iMac 27", Late 2015, Retina Display, i7, 32GB RAM, AMD Radeon R9 M395X 4096 MB video card, MacOS X 10.11.6. If the VideoPad window is made larger than about half the area of the screen the VideoPad application memory (as shown by the Activity Monitor) slowly but continuously builds up until the Force Quit Applications warning message displays with "Your system has run out of application memory." (Activity Monitor showing VideoPad (Not Responding) with 88+GB memory used. If the window is kept slightly smaller or if "Open in low resolution" box ticked
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