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I have been using videopad for the past 4 months and have noticed that my video's audio always sounds bad after I export it. Don't get me wrong, it doesn't sound HORRIBLE, just not crystal clear. In fact, most people probably wouldn't even hear the difference, but I am a video editor by trade, so making sure my video has the best quality audio and visuals is very important to me. The only way I can describe how it sounds is imagine you are watching a 1080p Youtube video, and then you switch it to 360p. The audio would still sound fine, but not nearly as crisp as in 1080p. That's how all my videos sound, like they are in 360p, even though the video is in 1080p. Is it my export settings? If so, then what's the best export settings for clear audio that I can set it to? My usual settings are as follows: Preset - Default File Format - MP4 Resolution - Auto Match Content Frame Rate - Variable Smart Max Now once I started hearing the audio problem, I started to tinker with the MP4 encoding settings, and here are the video and audio settings as follows: Compressor - H264 Video quality/bitrate - High Quality Lossless export- Auto Detect Compressor - AAC Preferred Channel Numbers - Same as input Audio quality/bitrate - High Quality So what about my settings are causing this issue? On a sidenote, whenever I use AVI instead of MP4, this seems to fix the issue, but for some reason my VLC player is not playing the AVI files that videopad exports, even though all other AVI files play fine with it. This wouldn't be a big issue for most people, but my VLC player is how I watch all of my videos, so I would like my videos to be compatible with it, but that's an issue for another day. Also, using the Lossless video setting seems to work the best for this issue, but it doesn't ALWAYS work. Half of the Lossless videos I try to export fail without any reason given, forcing me to go back to a regular MP4 export with the bad audio. Please help.
Last week I purchased the Video Pad software to make graduation videos for my 2 grandchildren. Spent hours putting together pictures with music and I get all done and try to export it to a DVD movie. Unfortunately when it is going through the burn process it crashes. I have tried several things with no success! When the process gets to the process of verifying the burn it kicks my disc out and gives me a message that there is no disc in the drive! If I put it back in it appears to finish but will not play in my DVD player. It will play on my laptop but not in a DVD player as I have tried two different ones. To save time below is what I have tried so far: -Bought new DVD+R discs -Tried to export the video to my laptop and burn with another software which gave me the following error code "The files are not in DVD-Video format (VOB, BUP, and IFO). - Refuse to pay another $60 to purchase the express burn software "just" to see if it would work. I am not real tech savvy and am concerned that I am doing something wrong....