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So for quite some time I've been using VideoPad, I love it for its easy to use features to create a video compared to another program which I don't use much. I'm still using an older version of VideoPad which has worked well for me (4.00). On my old laptop, it ran fairly well with only getting slow downs and "building preview" when projects got pretty big. When I my laptop fried this year I decided to get a new PC, something more powerful. When I reinstalled my 4.00 copy of VideoPad, I opened up a project I had been working on for a few months and I noticed that it ran slow. I was gettin
Hi, I used videopad v5.32 on a subpar pc for about a year. I've now upgraded to a better machine (i7 7700, 16gb RAM, GTX 1050, SSD) specifically to edit video, but am running into the same issues: * After only some minor effects or adding a couple of clips, It's impossible to watch a live preview on the tool due to "Building Preview" message. * In heavier projects, after exporting the video it'll freeze on some parts with audio still going and then catch up. I like the tool, but I need the experience to be smoother. The question is, should I pay to upgrade to the latest version
This morning a video I had made with Screenflick recording software just had uploaded to Quicktime player, so I got onto VideoPad, which is my editing software, and imported the video into the media bin. After that I dragged it into the Sequence 1 section with the audio and video tracks, and then started waiting for it to process. A green line showed up and moved so I went to the couch and started reading. A while later I went back to VideoPad and saw that there was no green bar, so I assumed (since this is my second video edited with VideoPad and the first one didn't work out too well),