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Like the title said, when text are used along with some motion effects, sometimes it will look choppy? (Please give me a word for this) and leaves some short after images. To fix that, set the text background opacity to 2 or 1, I prefer 1. Then switch to text background rather than editor background or something else (this options is a drop down box above the text background opacity option which is usually closest to the top of the text input box). Either directly pick the color white, or pick a dominant color in the background (this can be done using the tint tool). The text should now look better when doing motion effects and the background should not / slightly be tinted.
I have encountered an unusual problem. The circular outline with radius and the rectangle outline from the Video Effects Menu called "Motion" have appeared in my video. I do not know how they got into my project and I did not click on the Video Effects Menu to place them there. Most importantly, I can't figure out how to remove this from my project. I would appreciate it if someone can tell me how to remove this from my project. Thank you
Hello everyone, I just started using the full version of VideoPad (v4.58). I mainly planned to use the "motion effect" to straight out strongly angled videos manually (where auto stabilization won't work) while zooming in and out at the same time (and changing these parameters permanently in the video, some static rotation/zoom won't do it for me). The effect seems to work quit fine for me, but the encoded video is of very poor quality, it shows heavy aliasing/Moiré patterns and it seems quite unsharp, too. Rotating/panning the source video in "MediaPlayer classic" (using numpad) produces much better results in real time! Is there a way to improve the quality of the effect? Any interpolation-settings? Is there an alternative way to achieve the same thing? Thanks in advance for your help! Bye, Pascal