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  1. Roger that, thanks for looking into this. Why does it cut between the clips, though?
  2. I'm using the same version, it's 10.24. No transition is overlapping from my knowledge. I'll try your method with the white clip. EDIT: It did not work.
  3. My video's approximately a minute and a half in length, and it has a transition (Fade through white). When it's in the editor, the video plays fine. When it's been rendered, however, the part with the transition freezes. I've observed this bug in MP4 and AVI formats, and I was wondering if there's a way to work around this little predicament of mine.
  4. I see. I'll settle for 30FPS, then. Thank you so much for looking into this. By the way, where can I find v10.26?
  5. Understood, thank you for clarifying. I've also checked the available version for VideoPad, but there doesn't seem to be v10.26. I'm currently on v10.24, and I exported my video as an AVI, but it still had the desync issue.
  6. I haven't tried AVI before. Also, how does one check if it's he 32-bit version? And I'm not sure what a codec is.
  7. I was using v10.18 last night, but then I saw one of your posts here and switched to v10.17 to see if it's any better, but it seems that this problem persists.
  8. Okay, so let’s say that I placed a video on my timeline. It was exactly at 1:10.000 when I initially made it, but when I opened it today, it was at 1:09.993. Has anyone had this happen to their projects? EDIT: Also after the video has been exported, sometimes, if not most times, the video seems to get displaced in terms of time. In my case, I had my subtitles show up at a precise moment in sync with what happens in the video, but in the exported MP4, this gets desynced. What could be the cause of this? Any help is appreciated.
  9. Whenever I add a video clip onto my timeline and then cut it at a certain point, the subtitles keeps getting dragged along with it. Is there any way to circumvent this issue? Thanks in advance.
  10. I was working on a project, saved it, and closed it to resume working later. When I reopened that project, the clips just blink as I scroll through the VideoFiles, and I can't select them. I've waited to see if they needed to load, but nothing seems to be working. Is anyone else having this issue, and if so, is there a way around this? Thanks in advance.
  11. No difference, as the Letterbox simply adds the black borders anyways. I'm just confused as to why one of my projects has this problem and the other doesn't. I've also done some tests, and it turns out that the black borders appear AFTER I insert my MP4 file into the timeline. My guess is that the images automatically transform their aspect ratio to match that of the MP4 file. How do I avoid this?
  12. Yes, the ones in the bin do not have the black borders, and they're at 1920 x 1080. They appear once I insert the images into the sequence.
  13. The thing is, I need the subtitles to be accurate down to the thousandth because I use these as markers during my video. Just being off by a millisecond will throw everything off, since it’s a continuous thing. Version 4.99 (which I’ve been stuck with for the past 5 years or so) never had this issue. I guess I’ll just fix each one every time. And I see, I guess I’ll try that method for the text. Thank you, Nat!
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