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I got a problem with VP4.58 when exporting a 40 minute video at HD quality, 8192bps, MPEG format. It fails at the 80% mark-ish and really does cause Windows to Blue Screen. The error on screen whilst Windows is helpfully "collecting data" is "Memory Management" - so is this VP, Windows or my PC's hardware? The crash was repeated when I tried again to render the video. I don't get BSODs on Windows 10 during my normal use, not ever, but maybe VP is using more memory (I've got 12Gb installed) and finding an issue? Anyway, the main problem is that I can't even regress to 4.48 as the Cr
I've been with VideoPad since 2.x back in 2012. Took me a long while to write here as I'm now getting really concerned with performance issues. To be technical, my primary source file is an MKV w/ H264 and AAC at 480p60 resolution, 2 h 33 min in length at 9.1 GB, which I know is too huge but at least it brings about an extreme test to VideoPad's performance. All I want to do is to trim and add my audio commentary to it, I began by placing the whole thing into the timeline and began snipping from there. Here is what I found: - Splitting, cutting, manually moving the cursor b
I have a lot of VideoPad projects that I use as templates for my videos, such as intros and YouTube thumbnails, but version 4.58 has altered them significantly, and here's why: 1. Shadows are less visible. I have a video effect template that consists of 3 shadow effects, and each one of them is set to 1.00 in opacity, and 20.00 in blurriness. In 4.48 and older, the end result looked great because you could lay multiple shadows on top of each other, while in 4.58, trying to do this only seems to make it larger. In comparison, using the video effects with the same exact properties makes the