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Right off the bat, after purchasing the full version of VideoPad, to see if it was going to work, I threw about a dozen 3D clips in, saved the project, saved as a 3D movie file (mp4), then exported as Blu-Ray Movie Disc (no option for 3D Blu-Ray Movie Disc!) My Panasonic 3D Blu-Ray player says “Disc Not Recognized” . Output settings for side by side, left image first 1920x1080. What’s wrong?
Can Videopad make DVDs that will play on an ordinary DVD player through a TV set? After editing, I've been going to "export DVD movie" then "DVD movie disc". This makes DVDs that will play on the computer, but at lower quality / resolution than Preview, but when I put the disc in my TV's DVD player I get "disc error, please eject the disc, playback feature may not be available on this disc". What's going wrong?
I am trying to burn a 2.4gb, 158 min mp4 video on my DVD-R which has a capacity of 8.5GB, 240min. But when I want it to burn, it saying that the file size is too big for the DVD-R, what is the problem and how can I solve this??
Hello, I have Video Pad Pro v.4.48. I have a video timeline that I have created that spans about hours in length. I have Bookmarks added. I want to burn this to Blue-Ray disc. From the menu bar up top, I select the drop-down from Export Blue Ray movie and select Blue Ray Movie Disc. Once I begin the burn process, Encoding begins. Encoding for my project takes about 16 hours. Each time, the encoding process finishes but burning to the Blue-Ray disc fails after encoding finishes. Here are my questions: 1. Is there any way to save the encoding job prior to burning to blue-ray disc. Each time the burn attempt fails, I have to go back and encode the entire project again and it is extremely time consuming. 2. For a video project that is 4 hours in length, is it normal for the encoding task to take 16+ hours? Thanks for nay feedback, Charlie